New Mexico & COPD
Iggystop

United States

#1 Apr 27, 2013
I live in SE part of the country & is new mexico a good place for someone with breathing problems ?? My family member is not on oxygen but we think maybe he'd be better out there . Any medical advise would be welcomed ! Thanks . Oh , he Dosent want oxygen tanks to be dependant on .
chatterbox87505

Los Alamos, NM

#2 Apr 29, 2013
Iggystop wrote:
I live in SE part of the country & is new mexico a good place for someone with breathing problems ?? My family member is not on oxygen but we think maybe he'd be better out there . Any medical advise would be welcomed ! Thanks . Oh , he Dosent want oxygen tanks to be dependant on .
While the air is dry, there are less oxygen molecules at NM's elevations. This might mean oxygen tank dependence.

I've had friends with COPA who have had to move to San Antonio in order to get relief.

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