If you’ve ever been to Tibet
You’ve heard that before
“No bathing for the first three days after arriving in Tibet”
You may be wondering at first
But listen carefully to why
It makes a lot of sense
First of all,
This is not because the objective conditions in Tibet are limited
But because of the special geographical environment of Tibet
The temperature in Tibet is relatively low. Even in summer, the average indoor temperature is only about 20℃. Besides, the climate in Tibet is dry and the moisture evaporates very quickly, which easily causes discomfort of nose, throat and lips, and causes respiratory tract infection, thus catching a cold. In Tibet, colds can be large or small, poor physical fitness is more likely to cause pulmonary edema, which is a fatal disease in Tibet.
Tibet is beautiful, but while enjoying the beauty of Tibet, you should also pay attention to one thing: the problem of taking a bath, washing your hair.
The average altitude of the Tibetan plateau is more than 4,000 meters, and the hypoxia is obvious compared with the inland provinces. In order to adapt to the increased physiological burden of hypoxia, the virus is more likely to invade. If pass is to carry not to live really a body smelly sweat, usable hot towel is wiped quickly, change close-fitting clothes, premise is the body does not have apparent discomfort. To those who have the tourist with high opposite phenomenon, no matter be headache, bosom frowsty, dropsy or other symptom, the proposal rests well first, raise sufficient spirit gas, after waiting for gradual adaptation, consider clean body to change clothes again.
To those who have the tourist with high opposite phenomenon, no matter be headache, bosom frowsty, dropsy or other symptom, the proposal rests well first, raise sufficient spirit gas, after waiting for gradual adaptation, consider clean body to change clothes again.
Tourists should take into account their body’s integration into the plateau environment. After all, their body is not a child’s play. If they have the courage to travel on the sichuan-tibet line, they should take good care of themselves.
You know, colds can be fatal in the highlands. Because it is easy to induce pulmonary edema after a cold, and then brain edema, etc., if treatment is not timely, there will be life-threatening.
Therefore, do not take a shower or wash your hair in the first three days after entering Tibet. Let your body get used to the plateau for some time.