Using Oxygen at Home | American Lung Association

Using Oxygen at Home

You are not alone.

Many people with lung disease use oxygen. There are several ways you can connect with other people and lung disease experts to help you get started with oxygen:

  • Call our free Lung HelpLine at 1-800-LUNGUSA (1-800-586-4872) or visit Lung.org/helpline to talk with a medical professional.
  • Connect with other patients facing lung disease in one of our free online support communities. Visit Lung.org/community to learn more.
  • Join an in-person Better Breathers Club support group. Visit Lung.org/better-breathers to learn more.
  • Get started with a pulmonary rehabilitation program. The trained respiratory therapists can help answer your questions about oxygen and teach you how to stay active. Visit Lung.org/pulmonary-rehab to learn more.
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