A new study suggests that popping a few Advil before a high-altitude climb can prevent symptoms like headache, nausea and fatigue. Read more: http://healthland.time.com/2012/03/20/ibuprofen-can-prevent-altitude-sickness/#ixzz1pibHKBNX
How to Avoid Altitude Sickness when Traveling in the Mountains
Luckily, there are many simple and really effective home remedies that would help you to prevent as well as treat altitude sickness in no time at all. So, the next time you intend to go for mountain climbing but are too afraid of getting altitude sickness, take along a note of these remedies to help you out at high altitudes
Top Tips for preventing altitude sickness from Travel Bloggers
High altitude trekking from some adventurous travel bloggers. Includes how they coped with altitude sickness plus some top tips for preventing on the hike. Mountains | Trekking | Walking | Adventures | Challenge | Travel Tips
10 tips for avoiding altitude sickness while vacationing
Altitude sickness is quite similar to hangovers or sea sickness: You’re nauseous, weakened, dizzy, your head aches and it can feel difficult to breathe. Every time you breathe in La Paz, you take only half as much air (and thus oxygen) as you would if you took the same breath in New York or Berlin. Here are my tried and proved tips on how to treat AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness).