Oxygen Concentrator Rental for Altitude Sickness Relief in Jackson Hole

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Common Symptoms of Altitude Sickness in Jackson Hole

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Difficulty Sleeping

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Shortness of Breath

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Fatigue / Tiredness

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Rapid Pulse

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Loss of Appetite

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Altitude sickness feels like a bad hangover or a case of the flu without a sore throat or cough. If you are not sure what is making you feel bad, it’s most likely altitude sickness. Alpine Oxygen provides Jackson Hole oxygen rentals that will save your vacation!

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What Are the Risk Factors for Altitude Sickness in Jackson Hole?

Living below 3,300 feet.
Fast rate of ascent to altitude.
Past History of Altitude Sickness.
Physical Exertion at Altitude.
Pre-existing respiratory condition.

Believe it or not, 40% of visitors will have some symptoms of Altitude Sickness when visiting the mountains of Jackson Hole. Why suffer? Don't wait anymore - Alpine Oxygen will rush over and deliver your Jackson Hole oxygen rental.

It is best to use your oxygen rental as soon as you arrive in Jackson Hole for 20 minutes or more when you sleep and as symptoms dictate. In other words, “If you are feeling bad, use the oxygen.” In most cases, patients sleep with oxygen, then go skiing or hiking the next day and, after a while, may start to feel the effects of high altitude again. They just go back and use the oxygen until they feel better, repeating this process until the end of their visit, and they descend. Sometimes 20 minutes is all they need.

Renting Oxygen in Jackson Hole from Alpine Oxygen will help save your vacation from Altitude Sickness! You'll sleep better, have an appetite, lose your headache, stop feeling nauseous and have more energy, and will enjoy your visit more completely.

FAQs About Our Jackson Hole Oxygen Rentals

After you start using our oxygen concentrator, you should start to feel better within the first day. Nearly all of your altitude sickness symptoms should disappear within the next one to two days, as long as the oxygen concentrator is used regularly and you are resting appropriately. 

Yes. In fact, we recommend sleeping with your oxygen concentrator on, especially if your altitude sickness symptoms are still present after the first few uses. 

We advise that you use your oxygen rental as soon as you arrive in Jackson Hole, especially if you commonly experience altitude sickness upon climbing in elevation. Use the oxygen concentrator for at least 20 minutes, especially before doing any vigorous physical activity. 

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We can customize our Jackson Hole Oxygen Rental Services to your specific needs. Discounts are available for active and retired military.

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