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Altitude Sickness is the most widely recognized medical problem that most trekkers face while summiting Mount Kilimanjaro. It happens when you walk or move to a higher height, or altitude, too rapidly.
At Kilimanjaro, altitude sickness happens at high altitudes focuses, for example, the Gilman’s Point, Stella Point or on the Summit of Kilimanjaro. Altitude sickness can be managed quickly, by carrying the individual suffering down to a lower altitude. In this way, it is prescribed to begin your Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with a moderate pace toward the start to maintain a strategic distance from altitude sickness. Additionally, by adding an opportunity to adapt to the high altitude and by remaining hydrated (drinking somewhere around 3-4 litres of water each day) amid the trek, it tends to be averted. You can likewise take precaution medicine for it with your doctor’s consultation.
Side Effects Of Altitude Sickness Are:
• Rapid heartbeat
• Shortness of breath
• Less appetite
• Problems with rest
• Swelling of hands and feet
• A lessening in urine yield
The key to preventing Altitude Sickness While Climbing Kilimanjaro is taking your time and be conscious about your Health& Safety On Kilimanjaro. Altitude sickness is not just a result of the absolute height you are at, it also depends how fast you got there!
On the off chance that you sense any of the above side effects amid your move to the pinnacle of Kilimanjaro, at that point quickly counsel with your visit direct “Materuni Tours”, so they can help and keep the circumstance to end up more regrettable as in some cases if Altitude Sickness can be dangerous.
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