Human Performance 28

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Human Performance 28 15:43 Occur after 24 hours of exposure. Length of symptoms is altitude and individual.  Lasts 1 to 3 days. Dissipates after that time. One can get someone up to the  altitude fast within 1 or 2hrs or have the person go days before event to get used  to symptoms and adapt. When exercise is much greater and its by hypoxia. The  effect at rest is not as bad.  Vo2 Max Changes:  Acclimatize takes 2-3 weeks. Altitude: 7000ft (Mex City) Acute: 85% Acclimatized: ~95%.  Altitude: 10000ft Acute: 78% Acclimatized: ~92%.  Altitude: 14000ft Acute: ~64% Acclimatized: ~83%.  Altitude: 24000ft Acute: ~% Acclimatized: ~35-40%. Acclimatization: because of Hypoxia the oxygen content in blood is low. If you  give blood you become anemic because you have less oxygen in the blood and  red blood cells. In altitude you have same red blood cells but because of the  desaturation you are not at 90% anymore and you become anemic. That  stimulates the kidney to produce Erythropoietin ergogenic aid, occurs in body at 
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