Denver is also known as the Mile High City, home to beautiful vistas, mountain sunsets and the Rocky Mountains at our front porch. Your Rocky Mountain high however, can be impacted by what makes our city so unique; altitude. Altitude sickness can manifest as sudden symptoms like: loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, weakness dizziness and difficulty sleeping.
When visiting our beautiful high altitude state, here are some tips to on how to avoid altitude sickness especially before traveling to the higher altitudes of the Mountains like Vail and Estes Park.
- Stay below 7,000 feet the first day
- Give your body time to adjust
- Avoid strenuous exercise the first day
- Limit alcohol intake
- Drink more water
- Always travel with a companion
To treat the symptoms of altitude sickness you may consider getting an IV Drip to Hydrate and Replenish electrolytes instantly. Getting an IV can make all the difference between losing a day of your trip and enjoying your trip.
Recreation, Recover, Revitalize. Repeat.
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