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  1. mona

    anything to take prior to going to high altitude to reduce the symptoms of altitude change?

    1. M. Squibb

      Hi Mona:
      There are three answers to your question:

      1. Condition yourself for high altitude using the altitude prepare protocol starting at least 2 weeks before travel
      2. Use a travel cocktail of B-Vitamins during travel to optimize oxygen transfer during the travel experience, B1, B6, B-12, Magnesium Orotate & Vitamin C
      3. Avoid dehydration – concentrated blood plasma prevents oxygen from dissolving into plasma and triggers inflammation – Protocol 1 has a strong effect of improving cellular hydration metabolism well before travel. Urine should be light and copious a week before, during and after travel

      Hope this helps. The travel stress experience often is a major culprit setting the stage for altitude sickness, as is the tendency for to have a few extra drinks on vacation. Both of these elements contribute to vulnerability. Option 1 – usually improves metabolism enough to prevent issues.
      Mark

  2. Robert Searles

    I have recently undergone bypass surgery and had a reduced pulmonary function of 64% I live at 7700ft in Colorado and I am having altitude sickness symptoms. My question is there a cumulative effect on my tissues and is this reversable without permanent damage if I move to a lower altitude.
    Thanks
    Bob

    1. M. Squibb

      Yes there is a cumulative effect. Ardenne documented a group of elderly who used OMT protocols. Within a about 2 weeks their oxygen transport performance at levels of about 23 years old. He tested them a year later and they still retained a significant benefit. We routinely see durable and cumulative progress with repetitive training.

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