1.what is altitude sickness? What are the symptoms?
Altitude sickness is a natural physiological reaction caused by poor air pressure, low oxygen content and dry air after reaching a certain altitude.
Common symptoms include headache, dizziness, shortness of breath, chest tightness, insomnia, vomiting, purple lips, loss of appetite, weakness of the whole body, muscle aches and pains, etc.
2.Do you need to do some exercise before you go to Tibet?
For Tibet, what people care about most is probably altitude sickness. If you feel in good health, you can avoid high altitude sickness. But in fact, high altitude sickness has nothing to do with a person’s health.
3.Can altitude sickness be avoided?
When most people first arrive at the plateau, their body will suffer from mild or severe altitude sickness. Therefore, maintaining a good state of mind is the premise of entering Tibet.
4.Is there any medicine to prevent high blood pressure?
You can take some rhodiola before you go to Tibet to build up your resistance.
5.Can altitude sickness symptom disappear a few days commonly?
People who are highly adaptable may see their symptoms disappear in 1-2 days, while those who are less adaptable may see their symptoms disappear in 3-7 days.
6.What is the best way to enter Tibet for the first time?
Actually, this each has advantage and disadvantage, generally speaking, take an airplane than drive oneself, take a train more likely to happen high anti, after all the person needs a process of adaptation.
But this is not to say that trains and self-drive into Tibet will not cause high anti -, mainly depends on individual health.
7 early to plateau, what are the recommendations?
Remember, do not walk, run, or do physical work at a high speed. Keep warm. Do not bathe frequently to avoid cold and acute pulmonary edema.
Drink moderate amount of water, do not overeat, do not drink alcohol and smoking, eat more fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins, butter tea can also help you alleviate altitude sickness.
8.Why can’t you go to Tibet with a cold?
Cold due to physical function decline, weakened resistance, easy to cause some dangerous plateau diseases, especially pulmonary edema, not timely treatment, may have life-threatening.
9.Who else should not go to Tibet?
If you have heart, lung, brain, liver and kidney diseases, or suffer from severe anemia, hypertension, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, high-risk pregnant women, must not blindly travel to the plateau.
10.What should I bring to Tibet in summer?
Tibet is high in altitude, the ultraviolet radiation is intense, the weather is dry, must take some sunscreen, skin cream, lip balm, sunglasses, sun hat, etc., to avoid being sunburned by the sun.