Travel for business or leisure?
It can be a long, hard road.
Seize the day with Oxygen Plus (O+) portable, canned oxygen. Whether you’re on the go for business or pleasure, travel can knock the wind right out of you. O+ oxygen helps to combat the negative effects of travel, jet lag and exhausting trips by restoring your body’s oxygen levels — safely and naturally — to normal, healthy levels. Because, let’s face it, it’s not the jet that’s lagging. It’s you. Each O+ portable oxygen canister contains pure recreational oxygen for a power-packed pick-me-up whenever and wherever you’re lagging.
Keep O+ as your travel companion to:
- Restore depleted oxygen levels after a plane ride
- Alleviate the effects of travel fatigue and stress
- Revive from stuffy airplane, and stale or polluted, air
- Stay alert and regain mental focus when you land
When you travel by commercial aircraft, your body’s oxygen levels can drop as much as 10 percent, compromising your ability to perform even the simplest mental tasks. That’s when Oxygen Plus comes to the rescue. A few deep breaths of Oxygen Plus works to restore your body’s oxygen levels to normal, healthy levels, helping to alleviate the most common symptoms of frequent air travel, including fatigue, mental fogginess and physical exhaustion. Keep the compact, energy-packed O+ Mini in your travel pack for an on-the-go boost before takeoff, after landing, and during all your destination adventures.
Although commercial airline passengers are currently unable to pack canned recreational oxygen in checked or carry-on luggage, we have solutions to ensure you have access to your best travel mate. We can ship your O+ recreational oxygen directly to your destination if it’s not already waiting for you in your hotel’s spa, restaurant, or minibar.
*Note that this special, limited-time offer applies to online orders up to $300.00 USD, cannot be applied with any other offer, is valid while supplies last, and applies to shipping locations in the continental U.S. Some additional shipping restrictions may apply.
So many reasons to breathe...
Long days. Short nights. Overworked. Under stress. Staying up too late. Getting up too early. Too much fun. Too little rest. Lack of exercise. Poor air quality. Jet lag. Altitude. Boredom. Fatigue. Creeping Crud. Head in mud.