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Supplemental Oxygen Therapy is a lifesaver -- literally -- for millions of people; and with brilliant travel concentrators and powerful home units available oxygen users are living longer, happier, more fulfilling lives than ever. Unfortunately though oxygen use does have a few downsides: ear pressure and pain, skin irritation and chafing, nasal dryness and nosebleeds, excess moisture and condensation in the airways.
CHOOSE A SUPER SOFT NASAL CANNULA
The first step in alleviating ear and cheek pain for many oxygen users is to choose a super soft cannula. Several of the most popular cannulas on the market include exceptionally soft tubing around the ears and cheeks. They're a great first step in ending cannula related ear pain!
ADD SOME PADDING WITH A SOFT FOAM WRAP
PROTECT, SOFTEN & MOISTURIZE TROUBLE SPOTS
MAKE YOUR TUBING STAY PUT: ADD A CLIP & SWIVEL!
ADD HUMIDITY WITH A BUBBLE HUMIDIFIER
Consider a soft cannula wrap, fleece cannula covers and petroleum free moisturizers to help minimize contact and relieve pain. Oxygen therapy is an amazing tool and with a bit of help it can be pain free too!