As the days become shorter and the mercury drops, we rely on our homes to provide us with winter comfort and entertainment. It’s a time where we hunker down and enjoy tasty soups, light the fire, and get out the knitted throws.
If you’ve recently had surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy, you’ll probably be spending a lot more time at home recovering and resting. You can make simple changes so that the time you spend resting up is more enjoyable and cosier.
Here we’ve compiled some of our favourite winter-comfort tips for creating a cosy home this winter.
1. Hot drinks
Try a natural hot drink like peppermint or ginger tea. Peppermint tea can help aid digestion, diarrhoea, constipation and nausea – great if chemo is making you feel queasy.
2. Make a snuggle nest
4. Wear comfy pyjamas
Everyone has a favourite nightie or pair of lounge pants that they just love to wear to feel super warm and cosy. With heavenly softness, a nice amount of stretch and a relaxed and comfortable fit, the Live Better With Bamboo Pyjama Set is perfect for lazy days lounging on the sofa or resting in bed - especially if you're recovering from surgery.
5. Have a soak