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Personal Use Oxygen Therapy

You've invested time and money to enjoy Big Sky! Daily oxygen can help you take full advantage of all of the amazing outdoor activities.

Oxygen Rental Made Easy

Big Sky means big altitude. If you are visiting from a region lower than 3,000 ft your odds of feeling side effects of the altitude are higher.
The use of oxygen concentrators can help alleviate symptoms and we make the process to rent an oxygen concentrator easy!
Our staff will select the oxygen concentrator appropriate for the altitude of your home, rental or hotel room and deliver it for your stay. Individual nose cannulas and directions will be provided so everyone in your group can take full advantage of the service.
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What Causes Altitude Sickness?

Simply put, altitude sickness occurs when you move to a higher elevation too quickly. When you are in altitudes higher than your body is used to, you will experience symptoms because of the lower air pressure and lower oxygen levels at the higher elevation. 

What Are the Symptoms?

Typical symptoms include headache, shortness of breath, difficulty sleeping, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue/ tiredness, rapid pulse, loss of appetite and nausea.

Why Rent an Oxygen Concentrator?

Breathing oxygen a couple of times per day, or while you sleep, lets your body rest as if you were at a lower elevation. It gives your body a break and helps you sleep better, recover faster and feel relief of symptoms.

Please fill out your information and we will reach out to confirm the details of your rental.

Note that Reset Big Sky is not attempting to diagnose, prevent or treat any medical condition. Our oxygen concentrators support healthy adults in athletic recovery and for the prevention and relief of Altitude Sickness. 

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FAQs About In Home Oxygen

Learn more about what an appointment is like, contraindications, and more.

What Are the Risk Factors for Altitude Sickness?
  • Living below 3,300 feet
  • Fast rate of ascent to altitude
  • Past history of Altitude Sickness
  • Physical exertion at altitude
  • Pre-existing respiratory condition
  • Genetics