So many people who need oxygen therapy can do the things they could before, while still getting the oxygen therapy they need. Portable oxygen concentrator technology is always advancing, giving you better battery duration and higher dosage settings than before, as well as the ability to leave home for extended periods!
We love hearing from our customers about how their portable oxygen device has improved not only their health but also thier lifestyle. We want to hear about how you were able to travel to all the destinations on your bucket list, and how you can go hiking or camping over the weekend, spend more time in your garden or playing with your grandkids. Contact us with your stories of how you use your portable concentrator. Here is one recent comment we received from user:
"My family was making plans to visit Aruba last year. I was sad because I thought I had to stay behind. I didn't let on how badly I wanted to go, but I jumped at the chance of being able to use a portable oxygen concentrator. I rented a travel package for the trip, but I liked it so much. I just decided to buy that model when we got back. I love that I don't feel confined to staying close to home or having to stay home during the day when I could be out do something fun. It was worth it, and I would tell anyone to get one!" - Diane J.
If you want to tell us your story, but you're not sure where to start or what to say, here are some things to consider:
- Feel free to share your experiences with your lung disease so that others can relate.
- Tell us about how, in the past, you were unable to do certain things. How did your condition stop you from participating in certain hobbies or activities?
- Maybe your POC gave you more energy and not just freedom, to do the things you want to do? You can tell us how your lifestyle has changed and how your quality of life has improved.
- Do you have any advice for those who might want to get a portable oxygen concentrator, but aren't sure if they should? Do you have any tips you'd like to share for new users?
Updated: August 12, 2019
Published: February 26, 2015