If you’re planning a trip to the Centennial State, adjusting to the higher altitudes could ruin your vacation. At least 25 to 30 percent of visitors can experience symptoms of acute mountain sickness, and 8 to 10 percent for those who visit Denver.
If you’re traveling from a lower elevation, take a few steps to adjust to the higher altitudes.
Altitude sickness is your body reacting to lower oxygen pressure at higher altitudes. Symptoms includes nausea, headache, fatigue, and trouble sleeping. If you normally live at sea level, chances are you will, to some degree, experience these flu-like symptoms.
So, if you’re planning a skiing trip, stop by our Westminster hotel in Denver before heading to the slopes. Don’t let fatigue, nausea, and headaches creep into your perfectly planned itinerary.
Take advantage of our Fly In, Drive Our Package, offering you a way to adjust to the Mile High atmosphere before hitting the higher altitude if the slopes.
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