Delhi’s Smog? Here’s how you can save yourself from air pollution
14 Nov 2018

Traditionally we’ve waited for this time of the year, every year for all the good things – the festivities, the lights, the celebrations, and all the parties. However, the Northern part of our country (including the capital, New Delhi), in this season of harvesting, have faced a hazardous level of air pollution and we’re already breathing in this environment. The situation is so alarming that one can witness the pollution with their naked eye. The next couple of months are expected to be even worse and extreme measures must be taken.  

We’re fighting the war against smog/air pollution, which means it’s a life-threatening war. While our constant appeal to the citizens of India is to take charge of their own responsibilities, it’s imperative that we have access to preventive means to handle emergencies. 

Also read: One thing you can’t live without – Oxygen


We’ve worked with pharmacists, professionals, and doctors to devise something which can be a portable life support of oxygen. MyOxy portable oxygen cans provide you quick oxygen that can help you cure breathlessness, MyOxy portable oxygen can

get you instant relief from irritable breath and it’s recommended by leading pharmacists and, that will help you carry on your daily routine, specifically at this time of the year.  It will equip you to fight pollution in Delhi.

With the industries and the city culture, the problem seems to be frightful in Delhi/NCR regions, and here is a direct link for you to get a breath of fresh air in the polluted environment – Have your oxygen can at your doorstep:  Buy Online

At MyOxy, our aim is to get oxygen back to being existent than to becoming an expensive commodity in the future, we once again urge you to take your responsibility. Here are a few things you should keep in mind for the well-being of yourself and your loved ones –  

  • Stay indoors as much as possible. Close windows and doors. 
  • Avoid much exposure to dust and dusty places.
  • Carry oxygen in forms of cylinders/cans for emergencies. 
  • Avoid prolonged heavy excursions. Be sure of carrying oxygen cans in case you’re persistent on your workouts. 
  • Consider A/Cs as it prevents indoor pollution
  • Use respiratory masks
  • Eat healthy – plenty of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and healthy fats.
  • Seek medical advice if experiencing unusual symptoms. 

We truly hope to unite everyone in this country to curb this problem from its root cause.



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