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April 23, 2022
Colorado Springs, CO
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Lauren & Nicholas

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What is Altitude Sickness?

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We are so glad you asked! Colorado Springs is about 6,000 feet above sea level. We are aiming for all guests to arrive happy and hydrated - but altitude sickness affects about 20% of travelers. Here is what you need to know: Altitude Sickness is often characterized by the symptoms of: • headaches • nausea/vomiting/diarrhea • difficulty sleeping • loss of appetite • fatigue • shortness of breath

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AND HOW DO I AVOID THE AFOREMENTIONED AWFUL SOUNDING ALTITUDE SICKNESS?

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Don't laugh, but IV Boutiques are the newest rage in Colorado. Upon arrival, check out a local Hydration IV bar in Colorado Springs! If you are not into needles, there are many other things you can do: • Water, water, water - drink 2-3x as much water as you usually do the day before traveling, while traveling, and while you are in CO • Eat foods high in potassium - foods such as broccoli, bananas, avocado, celery, greens, bran, chocolate will help you replenish electrolytes by balancing salt intake • Limit caffeine and alcohol for the first day • Take it easy physically - your ability to breath is lower at altitude, think 3 mile run instead of a 5 mile run

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