With High Altitude
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Dealing With High Altitude (Introduction)
Traveling to over 4,000 feet and planning athletic
activity? Moderate or high altitudes will affect your performance.
Traveling to over 8,000 feet? Mountain sickness may be a problem.
This article contains information about how altitude affects the way we feel,
what we can do to minimize the side effects of altitude, and a primer on