8000 feet, the height at which altitude sickness most often starts to occur due to a decrease in the concentration of oxygen and the bodily changes that this causes. Its symptoms include headaches, insomnia, increased heart rate, general confusion, acute schizophrenia, and the loss of bodily control, symptoms which if severe enough can lead to death…

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