By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
December 11, 2019
I remember the very first time I traveled to Denver, Colorado. I’ll tell you what – it wasn’t pleasant.
The 5,280 feet high altitude had such an effect on me. I had to lay on my back, feet up in the air, sucking on a water bottle until I felt better.
But, with time, my body adapted and became used to the city’s decreased pressure and lower oxygen content.
Just a few years later, I lived in Lake Tahoe at an altitude of 7,300 feet. And you know, it didn’t affect me after a while. Continue reading