High altitude activities lead to different exposures to the skin, which include low humidity, high-velocity wind, excessive ultraviolet (UV) light exposure, and extreme cold temperatures.…View More Skin and mountain exposures
There have been proposals to treat covid-19 with medications that are used for HAPE, because of suggestions that covid-19 pneumonia is similar to HAPE. Both…View More No relationship between COVID19 and altitude sickness
Knee injuries are very common in rock climbing and bouldering in noncompetitive and competitive athletes. (Asakawa D, 2019) (Buzzacott P, 2019) German scientists performed a clinical…View More Mechanisms of Acute Knee Injuries in Bouldering and Rock Climbing Athletes
Sport climbing is considered a forceful-endurance discipline in which the main resistance force is the body weight. The duration of climbing on rocks and artificial…View More Importance of finger strength for elite climbers
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) or high altitude illness (HAI) is a term used to describe a group of cerebral and pulmonary syndromes that can occur…View More Do supplements or medication have an impact on acute mountain sickness?