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Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen, a gas found in the air we breathe, is necessary for human life. Some people with breathing disorders can’t get enough oxygen naturally. They may need supplemental oxygen, or oxygen therapy. People who receive oxygen therapy may see experience energy, better sleep, and overall improvements in quality of life.

The normal air that we breathe is 21% Oxygen; when using our Oxygen concentrator you’re receiving 95% pure Oxygen. An Oxygen concentrator decreases the nitrogen levels and increases the Oxygen concentration in the blood. Higher levels of Oxygen helps to increase energy, improves mental alertness, increases stamina,  improves mood, reduces stress levels, and can help aid with sleep.

Oxygen can also:

When you aren’t getting enough oxygen, you’ll experience a host of symptoms, including: rapid breathing, shortness of breath, fast heart rate, coughing or wheezing, sweating, confusion, changes in the color of your skin, etc.

If you experience any of these symptoms, seek immediate medical attention.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is unlike the other methods of oxygen therapy. People will breathe in pure oxygen in a pressurized room or chamber. In the hyperbaric chambers, the air pressure is increased to three or four times the normal air pressure levels. This increases the amount of oxygen delivered to the body’s tissue. This type of oxygen delivery is often used to treat wounds, serious infections, or bubbles of air in your blood vessels. Hyperbaric therapy should be carried out carefully so that blood oxygen levels don’t become too high.

Oxygen therapy can be extremely beneficial for those who frequently experience low oxygen levels, regardless of the reason. If needed, regularly utilizing oxygen therapy can allow people to be more active and mobile by decreasing shortness of breath. Oxygen therapy can also reduce symptoms such as: headaches, irritability, and fatigue.

Many people who supplement with oxygen therapy live very active lives. In many cases, the oxygen therapy helps make activity easier, increases stamina, and decreases shortness of breath.