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Frequently Asked Questions about Oxygen
The following are a few frequently asked questions in regards to home oxygen use.

What are the benefits of using oxygen?
Oxygen can help with many different medical issues. Often, home oxygen is prescribed by a doctor to those suffering from heart or lung problems. If the oxygen level of your blood is low, a home oxygen system can supplement your regular air supply with additional oxygen. This treatment will not cure heart disease, emphysema, or other ailments, but it can help lessen fatigue, memory loss, and other resulting symptoms. Remember to only use oxygen as prescribed by your doctor.

How is oxygen used at home?
Oxygen therapy can be administered at home very easily. An oxygen concentrator simply filters your home air supply, removing all gases except for the oxygen from it. This method requires a mask or nasal cannula from which the oxygen can be breathed. A nasal cannula is a tube that is inserted into the nose and is held in place with tubes over the ears. Liquid and gas oxygen systems also need masks or nasal cannulas, but these systems will need to be refilled periodically when the levels get low.

How will oxygen therapy influence my daily life?
Many oxygen devices are designed to allow mobility. The tubes of nasal cannulas can be long – up to fifty feet in length – to allow free movement around your home. Also, portable oxygen cans are able to be placed in bags or on a cart, allowing for use outside the home. The size of your portable tank will depend on how much oxygen you require, but they typically range from 5 to 15 pounds. Finally, you may not be on oxygen for the rest of your life. In some cases, blood oxygen levels can go up, eliminating the need for oxygen therapy altogether.

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Oxygen sellers will work with those that are on an O2 therapy program and need a variety of equipment in order to follow it as your doctor has requested. Manufactures will have a variety of items available at discount prices, including portable oxygen products, liquid O2, cans, chambers, concentrators, containers, and other instruments. Look online or in a phone book to find oxygen tubes, tanks, bottles, containers, and canisters. Refurbished models are perfect for those that want to save money while still ensuring they're given the right mix of oxygen that won't do them any harm. Friends and family may have distributors they could recommend that have decent prices and a good reputation for making decent products that last for a good amount of time and works well. Suppliers will have masks, dispensers, and air pumps for sale at discount prices if you know when to look. If you're looking to replace a certain part but aren't in a rush to do so you will have the time to shop around and find the cheapest item that will work for you. Manufacturers of liquid O2 and air equipment will want to work with you in order to offer you a product that you can afford even if you aren't going through your health insurance plan. Sellers of discount products may have websites for you to get an idea on what they offer while others will have a store location that you can go in and take a look at their products in person.