Altitude problems

Altitude problems

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I have not mentioned too much about this but different people have experienced different aspects of altitude sickness.  The worse situation was with Ori.  And that is very very dangerous. But others have had significant loss of appetite, shortness of breath, nausea, sudden weakness (when Carol fell to her knees), headache (I have had that every day) and weird dreams (Vic and I have had them).  It is a constant threat.  Deb did not eat for almost 3 days. We were really concerned.  Before one climbs once should read about the symptoms so you know what to look for.  Mild altitude sickness is not a game changer but it has serious potential impact on ones performance and experience.

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