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Sleeping with Continuous Flow Oxygen Concentrators

Your ability to get adequate sleep directly influences your cognitive health. If you require a continuous oxygen concentrator throughout the night, the last thing you want is an obstacle to a good night’s sleep. In this blog post, we’re going to discuss continuous oxygen concentrators that are optimized for sleep.

To assist you in choosing, here is a list of common concerns that patients, caregivers, and clinicians have when choosing a concentrator that won’t disrupt sleep:

  1. Noise Level
  2. Continuous Oxygen Flow
  3. Power Source
  4. Energy Consumption
  5. Weight of Unit

Eliminate Sleepless Nights with the Right Oxygen Concentrator

Before we start the comparison discussion, there were a few guidelines we followed to narrow down the list. Each concentrator has at least two of the following features:

  • Continuous oxygen flow
  • 3 liters per minute (LPM) of oxygen output or more

Every concentrator in the list below meets these guidelines:

  1. CAIRE Eclipse 5 Concentrator (Portable)
  2. Respironics SimplyGo Concentrator (Portable)
  3. Oxlife Independence Concentrator (Portable)
  4. SeQual eQuinox Concentrator (Portable)
  5. Inogen At Home Concentrator (Stationary)
  6. Respironics EverFlo Concentrator (Stationary)
  7. AirSep VisionAire 5 LPM Concentrator (Stationary)
  8. AirSep Companion 5 Concentrator (Stationary)
  9. Tsingair oxygen QJ-BX-03 (Portable) 

Noise Level

The most obvious concern is the noise level can produce while you’re trying to fall asleep. Fortunately, most manufacturers have built their concentrators with low ambient noise levels. The average sound emitted is between 37 and 48 decibels. Every other unit on this list is either 40 or 45 decibels. In the larger context, anything below 48 decibels will be quiet.


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