Suggestions of Acute Mountain Sickness
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Suggestions of Acute Mountain Sickness

Update: Jul. 31st, 2012

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Some tourists who first coming into high plateau may occur high altitude sickness, which signs and symptoms include bad headache, very exhausted at every moment, nausea and vomiting, dizziness, abnormal pant/breath and heartbeat, loss of appetite, and insomnia and so on.

These symptoms in the first day will be very obvious, and then may alleviate or disappear later. But some people may become more serious due to tiredness, cold, upper respiratory tract infection and some other reasons, and become high plateau pulmonary edema or high plateau cerebral edema. So, how to alleviate or prevent high altitude sickness during your Tibet tour? How to avoid the misunderstanding of Acute Mountain Sickness? There are some suggestions.

Suggestions of Acute Mountain Sickness

1.Do not misunderstand the signs and symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness as other sickness unless you are diagnosed by doctors. Actually the earlier severe Acute Mountain Sickness could be avoided when it occurs. The life-threatening severe Acute Mountain Sickness such as High Altitude Pulmonary Edema and High Altitude Cerebral Edema usually caused by our misunderstanding and ignorance.

2.Do not keep ascending until the signs and symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness disappeared.

3.You should climb down to lower altitude immediately when the Acute Mountain Sickness occurs. Stay put to taking medicines only or take rest only is not a good way to treat Acute Mountain Sickness.

4. Do not leave your partners alone if they suffer Acute Mountain Sickness. The severe Acute Mountain Sickness could make them lose consciousness.

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