As countries and states reopen from the Coronavirus quarantine and many people get back to work and the outdoors - we invite you to #GetBackWithBoost

As restrictions are lifted, the need for wearing a mask for long periods has increased. Plus, a return to work often means being indoors where air quality is often much less than the outside.

Wearing a mask for extended periods can restrict your oxygen intake, or cause carbon dioxide buildup in your mask which you breathe back in. This can result in shortness of breath, headaches, dizziness, lethargy and coughing. We call this “Facemask Fatigue”.

Article: As Quarantine Restrictions Are Lifted, Facemask Fatigue Becomes A New Concern 

How do you combat Facemask Fatigue? By using supplemental oxygen. With Boost Oxygen, help is here!

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Written by Bill Banks