Offer Your Clients a Good Night’s Rest
Altitude impacts each person differently. Most people are familiar with stories of the severe altitude sickness experienced by extreme sports mountaineers. However a person doesn’t have to be climbing Mt. Everest to be affected by altitude. Beginning at around 6,000 feet in elevation, many people experience more subtle symptoms such as headaches, fatigue and sleeplessness.
The human body must make up for the deficiency in oxygen at altitude by breathing faster and working the heart harder, which becomes more challenging and as the body ages. In addition, many people experience a type of sleep apnea called high altitude periodic breathing. Fitful sleep and frequent waking make it difficult to achieve the rest and recharge that is critical to a high quality of life. The higher the altitude, the more common and pronounced these symptoms will be.
Your craftsmanship deserves to be enjoyed. By including oxygenation solutions from Altitude Control Technology in your design process, you can help your clients live their dreams without the literal headaches of high altitude.