Before entering Tibet

1. Before entering the plateau, you should rest and recuperate. One week before entering Tibet, take Rhodiola Rosea, Gaoyuanan and other medicines appropriately, and American ginseng can also be soaked to enhance the body's ability to resist hypoxia. As far as possible, prepare drugs to prevent and treat colds, antibiotics and vitamins.

2. The temperature difference between day and night in Tibet is very large. Morning and evening temperatures are low, so prepare enough warm clothes to prevent colds and colds. Even in summer, jackets and sweaters must be prepared.

3. Due to the dry climate on the Tibet plateau, some tourists will be prone to nosebleeds and dry lips. . So bring sunscreen, body lotion and lip balm. The strong sunlight and ultraviolet rays of the plateau will damage your eyes, so you should prepare a sun hat and sunglasses.

4. There are only three major banks in Tibet: Bank of China, China Construction Bank, and Agricultural Bank of China, which can use postal savings cards.

After entering Tibet

1. Take the plane to the plateau, and the symptoms of the general alpine reaction will occur in about 12-24 hours. So do not exercise violently when you first arrive at the plateau. Otherwise, you will need more time to adapt once you feel the reaction.

2. Eat more carbohydrates, digestible foods, and drink plenty of water after entering Tibet to keep the body full of water; dinner should not be full, it is best not to drink and smoke, and eat more fruits and vegetables and other vitamin-rich foods.

3. Pay attention to avoid excessive fatigue. Regular diet and daily life, a few days before the first plateau, do not take frequent baths to avoid colds caused by cold. A cold is often the main cause of acute plateau edema.

 4. Slight altitude sickness on the plateau will heal itself without a cure. Do not easily inhale oxygen to avoid dependence. Oxygen inhalation can temporarily relieve chest tightness, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing, but after stopping oxygen inhalation. Symptoms will reappear and delay the time to adapt to the plateau