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5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

5 Jan 2016
| Under Featured, Lifestyle, Lung Disease, Treatments | Posted by | 70 Comments
5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

Want to improve your oxygen levels? Let us help with these tips.

For those suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the ability to take in oxygen is a constant struggle. It’s possible to increase oxygen levels in other ways, such as stem cell therapy. If you or a loved one is finding normal breathing difficult, the Lung Institute has compiled the top 5 ways to improve your oxygen levels.

5.) Stay Fresh, Stay Natural

5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

There are natural alternatives to increase oxygen in your home. Adding plants such as the areca palm, snake plant, money plant, gerbera daisy or Chinese evergreens can actually increase the oxygen in your home naturally.

Try adding natural air purifiers such as salt lamps, beeswax candles, peace lily and bamboo charcoal to help keep the air in your home cleaner.

4.) Be Calm

5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

Relaxation techniques can help someone with COPD. When you’re calm, deep breathing becomes easier, stress levels lower and your oxygen levels can improve. You can try meditation, yoga, positive thinking exercises and writing in a journal to help you relax, breathe and improve your oxygen levels.

3.) Healthy Fluids

5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

Staying hydrated can be challenging, but it can also help you improve your oxygen levels. Water molecules or H2O are made of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Drinking enough water will help you stay hydrated. When you’re hydrated, it’s easier for your blood to deliver nutrients and oxygen to the rest of your body.

If you want to try other fluids, then fresh juices and smoothies might be a good choice. Because fresh fruits and vegetables are full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, juicing them can help you receive their benefits in a more easily digestible form.

2.) Eat for Oxygen Success

5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

Even though certain foods such as dairy and cruciferous vegetables like broccoli can cause COPD symptom flare-ups, there are other healthy options. Try eating fresh, steamed vegetables such as spinach, bell peppers, potatoes, carrots and green beans. Before starting or changing your diet, be sure to discuss it with your doctor.

Cutting down on your salt intake can help you reduce excess fluid and bloating. Instead of salt, try herbs and spices such as peppermint, oregano and turmeric, which are all herbs that can help your lungs. When your lungs are breathing more easily, you’ll have improved oxygen levels, helping you feel better overall.

1.) Stem Cell Therapy to Improve Oxygen Levels

5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels

Oxygen is important to all of the functions of the body. However, for someone with a chronic lung disease, it can be difficult to get enough oxygen. For many people, stem cell therapy has helped them improve their oxygen levels, breathe easier and improve their overall quality of life. Stem cell therapy may promote the healing of lung tissue, potentially improving lung function. When lung function improves, you are able to take in more oxygen as well as expel carbon dioxide because your lungs are working more effectively.

Like many people with chronic lung diseases, Lung Institute patient, Joseph O., was on supplemental oxygen 24/7. Ready for a change, Joseph came to the Lung Institute for treatment. After his treatment, Joseph feels better than ever and is off of his oxygen completely. You, too, can improve your lung health like Joseph did. We’re here to help you every step of the way, so take that first step and contact us at (800) 729-3065.

 

Have you tried any of our steps? Tell us about your experience! Share your thoughts and comments on the 5 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels below.

70 Comments

  1. PB

    3 weeks ago

    Dear Marline,

    Thanks for your comment. We’re glad that you found this information helpful. Keep checking-in with our blog for more articles on a variety of topics to help people with chronic lung diseases breathe easier. We wish you the best.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  2. Marline Wilfong

    3 weeks ago

    Thanks for the helpful posting. It is also my opinion that mesothelioma cancer has an very long latency period of time, which means that signs and symptoms of the disease might not emerge until finally 30 to 50 years after the 1st exposure to asbestos. Pleural mesothelioma, which is the most common sort and is affecting the area round the lungs, could cause shortness of breath, torso pains, along with a persistent cough, which may bring about coughing up blood.

  3. PB

    1 month ago

    Dear Shubham,

    Thanks for your comment and question. We’re sorry to hear about the difficulties you have been experiencing with low blood oxygen levels. There are some things you can do to help your body increase the amount of oxygen, such as eating a healthy diet and getting enough exercise. While exercise can be challenging, gentle exercises like Tai Chi, yoga, and walking may help you get more oxygen. You can also try adding plants to your home, such as areca palm, snake plant, money plant, gerbera daisy or Chinese evergreens, which can actually increase the oxygen in your home naturally. Avoiding lung irritants like dust and smoke can also help. Remember, it’s very important to discuss these ways to increase oxygen with your doctor before trying them. It’s also important to talk to your doctor about any changes to your symptoms or overall health. Because your doctor know you and your health well, your doctor will be able to best guide you. We hope this is helpful, and we wish you the best.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  4. Shubham sawarn

    1 month ago

    Gd evening sir.
    I m 19 yr old.sir from 3 months I m on oxygen concentrator and its flow speed is 2l/s. 24/7 . sir suggest me what shud I do to recover my health plz sir.I belong from poor family sir plz help me .sir I have to do many things in future so tell me that how I increase my oxygen level.

  5. MR PALEO

    2 months ago

    Anyone suffering with COPD may find that DIET can influence outcomes…

  6. PB

    3 months ago

    Hassan,

    First and foremost, we’re sorry to hear about the difficulties your mother has been facing. Many people with lung diseases face similar issues with low blood oxygen levels. It’s best to discuss these questions with your mother’s doctor. Because her doctor knows her and her health well, your mother’s doctor will know how to best guide you. We wish you and your mother the best.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  7. hassan

    3 months ago

    my mother she has lungs problems. she has not pain but continuous 85p oxygen saturation showings. what we do how to increase oxygen saturation for lungs fibrosis patuents. she is using concentrator on five ltre.

  8. PB

    4 months ago

    Dear Shailesh,

    We extend our deepest sympathies to you during this challenging time you’re having with TB. It’s completely understandable to feel worried and tense about your health situation. However, staying tense may make you feel worse, so give some relaxation techniques a try. Many people find simple relaxation techniques such as gentle yoga, Tai Chi, writing in a journal, reading or having quiet time helpful in lessening tension and bringing more calm. Be sure to talk with your doctor about relaxation techniques before trying them. Your doctor may have suggestions about which techniques would be best for you, and because your doctor knows you and your health situation well, he or she will be able to best guide you. We wish you the best.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  9. Shailesh Thakur

    4 months ago

    In 1997, when I was 19 yrs old a sudden blood mix cough started. At that time I realized whenever I lift weight, blood comes.I visited many doctors but no one could identify my disease. One of the doctor prescribed me antibiotic and very soon i cured. After 6 years again it happend. This time too i had been pass through many tests like CT scan and x ray no deasese identified. Still one doctor suggested me that it is a type of tuberculosis. Again I started taking course of medicine for TB. Now after 12 years again it has started. Again blood is coming out. One common thing that I noticed it always happens in summer and rainy season. I am very tentioned.

  10. PB

    5 months ago

    Hello Devi,

    The atmosphere of Earth is a layer of gases commonly known as air. Oxygen is one of these gases that makes up air, and it is what people need to breathe. Trees and plants are essential to the production of oxygen because they produce and release oxygen as well as take in carbon dioxide. Trees store the carbon dioxide in the wood fibers, and then coverts the carbon dioxide into clean water and oxygen. Then trees release the oxygen back into the atmosphere. If you would like to read more about this process, click here. We hope this is helpful.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  11. devi

    5 months ago

    dear sir,
    Please write how air helps oxygen

  12. PB

    5 months ago

    Dear May,

    First and foremost, we’re sorry to hear that you’ve been going through such a difficult time with COPD. Like you, many people with COPD and other chronic lung diseases use oxygen therapy to help them receive enough oxygen. Because your doctors and specialists know you and your situation very well, we recommend discussing any questions or concerns you have with them because they will be able to best guide you. We’re happy to answer any questions you have regarding stem cell treatment options, so feel free to contact us by calling (855) 313-1149 to speak one-on-one with a patient coordinator. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  13. May

    5 months ago

    Hello! GOOD DAY every one.. Im now suffering from COPD im 29y/o female currently hooke on oxygen via nasal cannula.. can you suggest any medicines or ways that can help on my case..Ive got bullae on my lungs and Ive been on oxygen for almost 3 years now..I ask my doctor if there are any medications that can remove or if by chance made it smaller but all she given to me is sildenafil for my pulmonary htn and digoxin for my heart and in Oxygen theraphy 24/7 can someone help me I really want to go back to my normal state because Im just here in my house 24/7..I cant go outside or anywhere because I cannt carry my oxygen..and also I dont want everyone seeing me wearing a nasal cannula and have a oxygen tank..God Bless everyone…hope someone hears my plead.

  14. PB

    5 months ago

    Dear Ankit,

    Smoking can cause a variety of health problems, so the best thing to do is to quit smoking. We’ve created a smoking cessation guide to help people stay smoke-free. You can read the smoking cessation guide by clicking here. It’s also important to discuss your questions and concerns with your doctor. Because your doctor knows you and your health well, he or she will be able to guide you best. We hope this is helpful, and we wish you the best.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  15. Ankit

    5 months ago

    Hi, I am 25 year old male. My spo2 level came from 99 to 90 in 8 months. I am worried about it. What could be possible causes? Also, i have been smoking average inlast 2 years. Please respond. Thanks

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  17. PB

    6 months ago

    Dear Kadir,

    We recommend telling your friend to talk with his mother’s doctor. While there are other ways to improve oxygen levels, such as gentle exercise like yoga and Tai Chi, relaxation techniques for deeper breathing and eating an oxygen-rich diet, your friend’s mother’s doctor knows her and her health situation well, so the doctor will be able to guide your friend and his mother the best. Remember that it’s important to discuss these tips and any questions or concerns with the doctor before changing the treatment plan for anyone.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  18. Kadir k shaikh

    6 months ago

    Sir
    Thankyou very much for u r advice on my commit replay and sir one of my friend says that his mother was having same prob and she started smooking and she is feeling well can i do the same with my mother pls advice
    Thanks and best regard

  19. PB

    6 months ago

    Dear Kadir,

    You’re welcome. We’re happy to help, and we wish you and your mother the best.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  20. Kadir k shaikh

    6 months ago

    Sir
    Thankyou very much for u r advice on my commit replay

  21. PB

    6 months ago

    Dear Kadir,

    First and foremost, we’re sorry to hear that your mother is having a difficult time getting enough oxygen. While there are other ways to improve oxygen levels, such as gentle exercise, relaxation techniques for deeper breathing, eating an oxygen-rich diet and staying hydrated, it’s important to discuss these tips and any questions or concerns you have with your mother’s doctor before starting or changing her treatment plan. Because your mother’s doctor knows her and her health situation well, your mother’s doctor will be able to guide you best.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  22. Kadir k shaikh

    6 months ago

    My mother is suffering from oxygen problem doc advise to keep her on bypack machine and oxygen can u ma suggest the other way becus my financel prob pls

  23. PB

    7 months ago

    Dear Veronica,

    Thanks for your comment and for supporting stem cell therapy. Some patients have found fundraising helpful, and to help them, we’ve written an article about fundraising tips. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about stem cell therapy, so feel free to contact us at (855) 313-1149. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  24. Veronica

    7 months ago

    Dear Lung Institute Doctor’s !, Well I want to say thanks very, very much for your jobs.., for your sorches. in C.O.P.D. and Emphysema. .we people stay and fy together..,to make the inshyrins company’s pay for those treatments, I believe in Stem Sells treatment and only in this. Because this treatment don’t have those skirled saesfects like inhalers. Well especial me my body don’t take them, I am very sensitive person, my Dr. don’t have different chooses to treat mi. I fight with my self I doing everyday breathing exercise, I eat write, I try to wok in the store with shopping cargoes, because outside I cat it is to human and I cant breath. If I have the money I go tomorrow but I don’t I waited wen inshyrins will pay. Thanks very much V.Hernandez

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  29. PB

    7 months ago

    Dear Ameen,

    We’re sorry to hear that you’ve been going through such a difficult time. Many people with chronic lung disease experience similar issues with breathing. To improve your oxygen levels, you could try some of the ideas in the blog article, such as eating an oxygen-rich diet, staying hydrated, trying relaxation techniques or using natural air purifiers. You could also try some of the tips in 5 Tips to Increase Your Blood Oxygen Naturally. We would be happy to answer your questions about stem cell treatment options, so feel free to contact us at (855) 313-1149. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  30. ameen

    7 months ago

    I have bad breath and some time I take long breath pain in my left side I don’t take relax breath I fell my body oxegion leave low I want improve oxegion in my body any advice please

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  33. PB

    7 months ago

    Hello Ramesh,

    Thanks for your comment. There are many options to help you feel better, such as eating a healthy diet, getting plenty of rest and exercise, and practicing relaxation techniques. It’s best to discuss these options with your doctor before starting or modifying your routine. We hope this is helpful.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  34. RAMESHKUMAR V

    7 months ago

    Hi I am Ramesh Kumar,
    i am 26….. i am feeling bad always bocz i feel very tired n lazy…todays life style ,stress, foods taken not good…so give some simple n useful tips or foods to improve my health activites …
    THANKYOU

  35. PB

    8 months ago

    Dear Helen,

    We’re sorry to hear that you and your daughter have been going through such a difficult time. To learn more about it, feel free to read our article about pulmonary hypertension. We also recommend writing down any questions or concerns you have, so that you and your daughter can discuss them with your daughter’s doctor at her next appointment. We wish you and your daughter the best.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  36. Helen Dimaris

    8 months ago

    Hi my daughter who is only 18 has just been diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension. We are devastated, we are seeing a specialist cardiologist who has prescribed sildenafil 25 mg 3 times a day. She has been on this for 1 month and we will do an echo gram in another 2 months to see if it is working. We are desperate for any advice or options. We are prepared to go anywhere pay anything
    Regards Helen

  37. Anand

    9 months ago

    Hello Kishor, In order to increase your oxygen in blood, please eat foods rich in iron, folic acid. Vitamin b12, vitamin C, protein, potassium and magnesium. Make sure you eat
    Spinach, orange,brown rice,
    Mutton liver regularly. Please avoid milk and other diary products. You can have only butter milk.

  38. PB

    9 months ago

    Dear Kishor,

    Thanks for your comment and for sharing some of your story. We’re sorry to hear that you’ve been going through such a difficult time. Many people with a chronic lung disease experience similar symptoms. Besides trying what was discussed in this blog article, you could also try these 5 tips to increase your blood oxygen naturally. However, it’s important to remember to always discuss your questions, concerns, symptoms, and tips or techniques you want to try with your doctor. Because your doctor knows you and your health the best, he or she will know how to help you and how to answer your questions.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  39. kishor

    9 months ago

    My name is kishor, i struggling since 20 years , this type of decease, while i climbing the steps of floor, i need to sit , because my respiration rate going to high and i feel tired. I cant walk long. in 5 to 10 min. i have to stop walking. Before 10 years i examined by doctors of Satya Sai Hospital at Andhra Pradesh, they said only you have to take precautions. Don’t walk fast, don’t do heavy works, only do slow any process. not to go for hard works. They also told me that You are suffering from Chronic decease , means your body needs more oxygen in blood.

    Could you give me any suggestions to improve my health and this weakness. or how i can improve my oxygen level of blood.

  40. Cameron Kennerly

    11 months ago

    Hello Ush,

    In response to building oxygen saturation levels, while nutrition, physical activity and breathing exercises are key, we can also suggest doing things to alter the environment around your mother to promote more oxygen in the air, please refer here and here for recent examples. If you have any other questions regarding treatment please feel free to contact us at (855) 313-1149 to speak with one of our well-qualified patient coordinators.

    Happy Holidays and we look forward to hearing from you Ush,

    -The Lung Institute

  41. Ush

    11 months ago

    Hi,
    My mother who is aged 63 years has saturation level ranging from 40-50 from past 3 months. She is in home oxygen. Doctor has suggested to give oxygen of 2-3litre atleast 16hrs daily. Please suggest the ways to improve her saturation level.

  42. Cameron Kennerly

    1 year ago

    Hello Awtar,

    First off we’d like to start off by saying we appreciate you sharing your wife’s story with us and we’re sorry to hear about her diagnosis. Although there are a variety of ways to improve oxygen levels naturally, from diet, breathing exercises, oxygen purifiers and even household plants, you may want to consider stem cell therapy as an option. For detailed information on the procedure, its costs, and the general process, you’ll want to speak with one of our well-qualified patient coordinators. Their wealth of knowledge on the subject should be helpful to you and your wifes journey for better health. For more information please contact us at 1-855-313-1149.

    Thanks for your inquiry Awtar and we look forward to hearing from you,

    -The Lung Institute

  43. Awtar

    1 year ago

    My wife 69 years old is suffering from persistent severe Bronchial Asthama for last 45 years.She is on nubiliser and some times she has to take 5 days steriods dose.Her saturated oxygen level on the average is 84/85 which fluctuates between 78 to 91.otherwise she is active but feels breathing problem.We have to travel. To USA and the Doctor has recommended 1-2lpm of supplemental oxygen.Please advise how to improve the oxygen level.your advise will be highly appreciated.

  44. Nawaf

    1 year ago

    Please write how air helps oxygen.

  45. PB

    1 year ago

    Hi, Seema Arora,

    Thanks for your comment. Here is a blog article to read: 5 Tips to Increase Blood O2 Levels. Remember that it’s important to discuss any questions or concerns with your doctor. So, try talking with your doctor regarding your questions as well.

    Kind Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  46. Seema arora

    1 year ago

    Pl.guide me how to increase oxygen of my mother of copd patient

  47. sh

    1 year ago

    Dear K. Paramasivam,

    Please contact one of our patient coordinators at 1-855-313-1149 to set up a free consultation for answers to your questions and to determine whether you are a candidate for stem cell therapy at the Lung Institute.

  48. k.paramasivam

    1 year ago

    how to increase oxygen level in blood. my oxygen level decrease in every day.
    how to control blood level oxygen.
    please your advice

  49. PB

    1 year ago

    Hello, K.G.,

    Thank you for your comment, and we are glad that you found the information useful.

    Best,

    The Team at the Lung Institute

  50. K. G. Janardhanan

    1 year ago

    very useful informations for COPD patients…… Thanx

  51. sh

    1 year ago

    Hello, Don.
    Please have a look at our website at https://lunginstitute.com. There is a lot of information available, and if you’d like to speak with one of our patient coordinators, you could call us at (855) 313-1149. They’ll answer any and all of your questions.

    Best Regards,
    Steve

  52. Don Evans

    1 year ago

    Any information on stem cell therapy will be helpful.

  53. sh

    1 year ago

    Dear Satya Sindhu,

    Please contact one of our patient coordinators at (855) 313-1149. They’ll be happy to answer any questions that you may have. Also, here’s a link to our COPD webpage: https://lunginstitute.com/lung-diseases/copd/

    Best Regards,
    Steve

  54. satya sindhu

    1 year ago

    hello doctor. i am satya sindhu from india. my wife have weak lung problems by polio effect in childhood. this time she is 37 years old. she have tiredness problem due to poor oxigen lavel. plz guide me that what should i do for get better oxigen lavel and improve lung strenth.

  55. Karl

    1 year ago

    When you say reduce salt , you are right when it comes to commercially produced table salt , with its high sodium content. But if you use Himalayan salt with its 84 minerals this is fine. With the right amount of magnesium in it to balance out the sodium and also high sulphur content which enriches the cells with oxygen , this is what you should be advising . our bodies lack minerals because of our lifestyles ,good salt helps replace these minerals.

  56. Freddericka Mccoggle

    1 year ago

    ined to learn more about this is because i have this problem myself

  57. Maren Auxier

    1 year ago

    Hi Shaun,

    Thanks for your comment. I admire your dedication, determination and positive outlook! As you already know, remaining active is one of the best things that you can do for yourself when you have been diagnosed with COPD. We recently wrote a blog post about an Australian athlete with COPD who competes in triathalons and marathons. You can read the article here: https://lunginstitute.com/blog/the-copd-athlete/ He has his own blog as well, I think you’ll enjoy it: http://copdathlete.com/

    Keep up the good work!

    Maren

  58. Maren Auxier

    1 year ago

    Hi Ratnakar,

    Thank you for your comment. I would recommend consulting with your physician for a treatment plan. We have several articles on our blog that list how you can improve oxygen levels that you’re welcome to explore. However, due to the nature of your symptoms, I would recommend first and foremost checking with your physician.

    Best,

    Maren

  59. Ratnakar

    1 year ago

    Sir,
    I am 37 years old male. I have been suffering from VSD with Pulmonary hypertension. Because of low oxygen levels in blood I suffering with severe headache and other disorders. Please suggest me will those practices which written by you helps me in this case.

  60. ShaunDennis

    1 year ago

    as someone who is relatively young and quit smoking 20 years ago the though of having COPD is dreadful. I dance, ride bike, and am very active. So the fact that there are breakthroughs being made such as stem cell is a blessing.
    I am too persistent to give in. My O2s level drops when I work out but never goes below 89-90 and comes back. I will beat this challenge.
    Thank you for providing this information. I am on a mission to prove the doctors they are wrong.

  61. David Ebner

    1 year ago

    K P,

    We recommend that the first thing you do is speak with a pulmonologist about your condition. After you have received some feed back from your physician, feel free to check out some of the articles we’ve written about improving oxygen levels:
    http://lunginstitute.com/blog/beginner-exercises-with-lung-disease/
    http://lunginstitute.com/blog/benefits-of-pulmonary-rehabilitation/
    http://lunginstitute.com/blog/greek-salmon-salad/
    If you’d like to speak with us about treating your lung disease with stem cell therapy, call us at (855) 313-1149. Thanks for the comment.

    Sincerely,

    David

  62. K P Tunga

    1 year ago

    I had dry cough for near about 5 Months. Now I noticed my blood oxygen level is low and facing breathlessness.
    My hemoglobin is around 11 .I am aged 80. How do I improve my blood oxygen level.

  63. David Ebner

    1 year ago

    David,

    Our research has lead us to ferns as a great option for extra oxygen production in the home. They are also relatively easy to maintain as far as upkeep. Let us know if you try anything that it works particularly well.

    Thanks for the comment,

    David

  64. David

    1 year ago

    my blood oxygen level is usually in low 90s with 2 liters of oxygen. What kind of plants help provide oxygen indoors

  65. David Ebner

    1 year ago

    Hi Sourav,

    In the past we’ve written quite a few articles about ways to increase the blood-oxygen level in the body. Here are a few for you to read:
    10 Ways to Improve Your Oxygen Levels
    COPD Breathing Exercises to Try
    Benefits of Pulmonary Rehabilitation
    If you’d like to chat with one of our patient coordinators, call us at (855) 313-1149.

    Thanks,

    David

  66. sourav adhikary

    1 year ago

    my name is Sourav. I am from India .I am suffering from bronchiectasis.oxizen level in my body is so low . its 85. if lunse institute give me some sujession to increase the oxizen level in my body .I am very thangsful to you. because I am no financial support to go there to treatment.. thankew

  67. I like to better my health. I went to the doctors today and he told me my oxygen is low. It was 95. Is that bad?

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