This is quite an adjustment for me. But, I will survive.
By volume, dry air contains 78.09% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.04% carbon dioxide, and small amounts of other gases.
So full oxygen is quite a change.
I’m sorry. It’s not so bad, though. When I was a cashier, I had a few customers who would come in all the time with their oxygen tanks. They didn’t have too much trouble moving around, and they must have spent a lot of time gardening, based on all the supplies and plants they bought.
I’m sorry @chordy but you are a tough cookie, you will manage just fine.
You’ll manage chordy, don’t worry.
awww, what a drag…I’m sorry chordy.
Hey, it’s just one of those things - getting old can’t be avoided forever, jukebox.
My gal needs oxygen, and they offer it to her. It is not her idea of the image she wants to project, however.
Oh, sorry to hear that @chordy Are you able to get one of those lightweight portable oxygen concentrator (they come with a shoulder strap) for when you leave the house?
It isn’t incredibly uncommon to be on oxygen. I wish you well in your transition.
Yes, but I’m shy to use it yet.
I’m sorry, @chordy. I would hate that, but you do need to breathe.