Acclimate to Himalayan Altitude

Understand AMS

Know the symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness like headache and nausea.

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Gradual Ascent

Ascend slowly to give your body time to adjust to the altitude.

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Hydrate Well

Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and help your body acclimate.

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Rest Days

Plan rest days to allow your body to adjust to the higher altitude.

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Avoid Alcohol

Avoid alcohol and caffeine as they can dehydrate you.

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Eat Carbs

 Consume a diet rich in carbohydrates to provide energy at high altitudes.

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Monitor Health

Regularly check your health for any signs of altitude sickness.

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Acclimatization Hikes

Take short hikes to higher altitudes during rest days, then return to sleep at a lower altitude.

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Proper Gear

Wear appropriate clothing and gear to protect against cold and wind.

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Use Oxygen

Carry supplemental oxygen for emergencies or if symptoms worsen.

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Medication

Consider taking altitude sickness medication after consulting a doctor.

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Stay Warm

Keep yourself warm, as cold can exacerbate altitude sickness symptoms.

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Know When to Descend

If symptoms persist, descend immediately to a lower altitude.

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Listen to Your Body

Pay attention to your body's signals and don't push beyond your limits.

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 Enjoy the Trek

Follow these tips and enjoy your safe and rewarding Himalayan adventure!

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Acclimate to Himalayan Altitude

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