Oxygen concentrator does not cure lung disease, but it is an important therapy that improves symptoms and organ function for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) , Sleep Apnea , Bronchitis , COVID-19 , Asbestosis , lung abscess , lung cancer , Pneumonia , Pulmonary fibrosis or Cystic fibrosis Diseases.

Benefits of Oxygen Therapy


Be less short of breath.

  • Oxygen therapy can help you by decreasing your shortness of breath or breathlessness.
  • Impact of Oxygen on Shortness of Breath in Lung Disease Patients: Oxygen can reduce shortness of breath in lung disease patients during daily activities, but it won’t reduce it.
  • Not everyone who has shortness of breath is a candidate for oxygen, so be sure to talk to your doctor about whether it is right for you.

Feel less fatigued.

  • When you are not getting enough oxygen, it can make you feel very fatigued.
  • Simple tasks, such as doing household chores, can be a struggle.
  • Oxygen therapy can circulate more oxygen I to your bloodstream which can improve your energy levels.

Sleep better.

  • People with lung disease often have a hard time sleeping or don’t get very restful sleep.
  • Overnight Oxygen Loss in Lung Disease Patients: People with lung disease experience oxygen loss in their blood overnight, especially during REM sleep, among other reasons
  • Using oxygen therapy at night allows your body to get more oxygen into the blood stream so that you may get a better night’s sleep.

Be more active.

  • Oxygen therapy may help you become more active and get you back doing the activities you enjoy.
  • Many people with lung disease use oxygen during exercise, to run errands, to do chores, and even when flying.
  • Continuing normal activities while using oxygen: Using oxygen does not prevent you from doing what you love.
  • When your body has enough oxygen, you will have more energy to be more active.
  • Staying active is a key part of staying as healthy as possible.