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How does high altitudes affect breathing?

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There is less air in the ozone layer so air slowly decreases. There's less oxygen at high altitudes like on Mount Everest (still a far way from the ozone layer) and the body's physiological response is to speed up breathing. For people who have
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Basically, the higher that you go the lower the temperature will get. This really doesn't make sense to me because you would think that the higher you go the closer to the sun you
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1. Drink at least 3 quarts of water per day. Proper hydration will help keep your respiratory patterns consistent so you can avoid feeling short of breath. 2. Avoid using alcohol
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Typically, not by very much. If anything an increase in altitude should correspond to a decrease in pressure for a healthy person but it would be marginal as the body would compensate
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