Sleep & Travel

Back from Vacation? How to Get Over Jet Lag

Traveling for work or pleasure can be fun and interesting, but traveling to a new time zone can result in jet lag. This condition occurs when your circadian rhythms are slow to adjust to the new time zone and remain on their original biological schedule for several days. This results in your body telling you it is time to sleep, when it's actually the middle of the afternoon, or it makes you want to stay awake when it is late at night.

How to Get a Good Night's Sleep in a Hotel

If you are planning to vacation this summer, chances are you’ll be staying at a hotel. Although it’s fun to see new places or visit with friends and family, staying in a hotel means you are not sleeping in your own. That can be difficult for some people and can interfere with their sleep.

Here are a few tips to help you get a better night’s sleep away from home:

Going on Vacation? Don’t Forget CPAP Equipment for Sleep Apnea

Even when you’re on vacation, you can’t take a break from Continuous Positive Airway Pressure.

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