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Do You Sleep With Oxygen? Any Tips?

Do You Sleep With Oxygen? Any Tips?

A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I also use the 50 ft. of hose with my oxygen. When I change the hose I unwrap it and put it in the clothes dryer for maybe 5 min. just enough to get it warm. It will untangle and when you remove it from the dryer, just keep stretching it as you take it out. It helps to stop the tangling up and wraping around your legs. One of my PT's gave me the suggestion. It works, just don't put in there for 15 minutes or more!! Have a great day and breathe easy. God Bless.

posted over 2 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I do sleep with O2 at night which is what I began with. In addition to make it better to breath. Use two to three pillows so my head is elevated all night.

posted over 4 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I use #2 oxygen all night, really helps me sleep so very soundly...Mornings are rough when I wake because getting my body rid of congestion and used to breathing on my own is a mild feat. A cup of coffee helps, and just sitting doing those types of chores, like lists for activity during the day chores, and chores for others. Also grocery lists and appointments. By then I'm doing fine.
I'm suppose to use oxygen when doing chores, I do half the time...but too much of the time I want my independence from the oxygen and be normal...oh I huff and puff and breath too much out of my mouth...I just yearn to be normal...

posted almost 3 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I used to have minor nose bleeds with my oxygen at night. Now I have a bottle of water that attaches to my compressor. Not a problem anymore.

posted about 3 years ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

Astra Zenaca has a patient assistance program for Symbicort, where depending on your income you could get it for free. Even if you have medicare and you are in the donut hole. Boehringer Engelheim has a similar program for Spiriva

posted almost 4 years ago
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