Autumn brings colour, seasons and change from the beach-filled tourism feel. After this summer seemed to come and go so fast and many of us not opting to go away, now is the perfect time to getaway before the end of the year. There is so much to explore, see and do even when travelling with medical oxygen.
Every time you step to visit, travel, staycate you have all your medical oxygen needs arranged with the team at OxygenWorldwide. You can have the confidence in not only the organisation of all your oxygen therapy requirements, but the team since 1993 have been arranging oxygen needs for travellers so you are safe in our hands.
Our years of experience. OxygenWorldwide has been arranging oxygen since 1993
Our worldwide contacts with oxygen suppliers and airport personnel
Our multilingual customer service staff. In many cases we can assist you in your native language. This can be particularly important when having problems during your travel or stay abroad.
Our custom-made pricing. Our price is based on your specific needs.
If you are planning a trip abroad soon with medical oxygen simply get in touch with the team here.
Deciding where to travel to for your next holiday, vacation or just wanting to get away can be a long research process depending on your wants and needs from a relaxing beach holiday to exploring culture and sightseeing. Throw in your medical condition and this makes planning so much more difficult with trying to find out if you can get to your accommodation easily, what is the terrain like if you need help with mobility, can oxygen even be delivered and how reliable would the service be if something went wrong?
Luckily the team at OxygenWorldwide have over 20 years experience and some of their top recommended places to travel are:
Medical oxygen can be delivered to over 120 countries and to see a full list of countries where medical oxygen can be supplied please visit our website.
There are so many options to travel with sea, air, plane, train or even a mixture and you have the decision on which mode of transport is best suited to your needs, budgets and time at your chosen holiday destination. But you can always be confident that your medical oxygen will arrive safely even if your journey may have been late, stressful. Do not worry at all here at OxygenWorldwide the team work hard to make sure you have everything oxygen related where and when it should be.
No matter how you get to your chosen destination you can be safe in the fact that your medical oxygen is in place before you arrive.
What steps should you take once your holiday has been booked?
The team are so pleased that we can now get back to a ‘new normal’ as Europe is opening up its borders once again. We thank all our customers who have sent us kind words and we cannot wait to arrange all your travel oxygen requirements again.
For those planning to getaway, visit friends and family or simply in need of a holiday after Covid-19 and lockdown please do contact us with your oxygen request and our team can help answers all your questions when travelling abroad with medical oxygen.
Do not forget our FREE e-book is still available to download (second edition!)
With lock-down easing it is hard to not want to get out and travel. The summer is just beginning and the climates are now warmer. For those looking and thinking about travel outside their country here are the 5 European countries which may be more likely to allow travel from abroad this summer:
Italy – Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced its borders to countries within the European Union from June 3 and will keep a close eye on its rate and if it increases again.
Greece – This country has had a very low coronavirus rate due to immediate lock-down so international flights will resume from July 1.
Iceland – From June 15th restrictions will be eased and tests may be required instead of the 14 day quarantine rule.
Portugal – Again another country that wants to let tourists in and the 14 day quaratine restriction will not apply here.
Sweden – This country has not even been in a full lock-down mode compared to other countries and will accept European Union visitors plus UK, Norway and Switzerland
Please do take a look at our Oxygen A-Z Guide here plus all your travel needs if you are planning a trip in Europe with medical oxygen.
Please do check official websites before making travel plans as we know this situation changes daily and therefore governments may bring in different rules as above.
The British Lung Foundation have put together this video to demonstrate exercises that help keep your muscles strong. A lot of us have been at home and sitting down more than we are used to. These exercises remind us that we still need to maintain our strength during this challenging time. If you still cannot go out or only for a short period of time and you are getting short of breathe, here are some exercises that help give breathing techniques and also at different levels.
You may not realise that there are foods that help with lung function or can help to increase oxygen blood levels. There are many foods but here we are listing our ten favourites:
Now that we are all cooking and baking at home and have more time to really think about our meals plus our health why not try and make some delicious meals using any of the above ingredients so enhance your daily meal intake with oxygen rich foods.
For those who have COPD, asthma and other respiratory conditions and use medical oxygen to breathe this is a great way to make sure you are eating the correct foods that you can benefit from. Plus it is fun to create a nutritious dish and try something new!
You could have Pulmonary Fibrosis. This is a condition that when you experience shortness of breathe it is due to the tissue in the lungs becoming thick and scarred over time.
Top facts on PF:
Occurs mostly in the 50 to 70 age group
Could be caused by environmental e.g pollution, viral infections or chemotherapy, or radiation plus if it is in your family history.
Symptoms such as a bad cough, shortness of breath, aches and pains and tiredness.
If you are diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis one remedy is using medical oxygen to help with your breathing. Find out here what OxygenWorldwide have to offer and why you should choose us when looking for medical oxygen.