Some Tips for Living Comfortably with Oxygen Concentrator at Home


Many people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pulmonary fibrosis and other lung diseases eventually require supplemental oxygen therapy to reduce breathlessness.
As you navigate the challenges of setting up and using home oxygen therapy, remember it can greatly improve your quality of life as your COPD, pulmonary fibrosis or other lung disease progresses.
Follow these 5 tips and strategies to learn how to live comfortably with home oxygen:

1. Proper Placement and Clearance


3.Nasal Cannula Fit and Care

4.Regular Filter Maintenance

5.Positioning and Posture

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Remember, always consult with your healthcare provider and follow the OxygenCare's guidelines for the specific oxygen concentrator model you're using. These tips, along with professional advice, will help ensure a safe and comfortable experience while using a home oxygen concentrator.
OxygenCare Team understands adapting to home oxygen can be challenging. Do not hesitate to reach out if you need help navigating the situation. We’re here to help you live as well as possible with you.