iola Posted January 22, 2015 Share Posted January 22, 2015 Well, I went skiing with my family over the weekend. I NEVER thought I'd ski again. I am not a crazy fast skier but I like to make my way down at the respectable speed. It's funny, I noticed while we were driving/climbing through the mountains my head started to hurt more and more. I thought maybe I was just tired from the three hour drive. Next day we put our girl in ski school (she hated it) and went skiing. The crisp cold air felt good and down the slope I went a number of times without hesitation and I felt great! Well, about three hours later an enormous headache and dizziness landed on my head and that was the end of fun. We went to dinner and I thought I was going to pass-out and then to bed I went. The next day we went tubing and I felt okay. Not great but I did deal with it. Ugh, then on the way home, HELLO HEADACHE! It was not until we got home that I noticed my head started feeling better. Then the next day I read that high altitudes can affect health conditions. Now, I do know this but for whatever reason, it did not dawn on me that was the reason. I wonder if I will have trouble flying? Anyone else sensitive to high altitudes? I 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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