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Is breathing or heart rate faster for people living at high altitudes?
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Dr. Kevin Considine
Family Medicine
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In brief: Not necessarily
Usually one's breathing and heart rate will be increased initially when moving to a higher altitude.
But if one stays more than a few days it should start to decrease and go down as one gets used to being at a higher altitude.

In brief: Not necessarily
Usually one's breathing and heart rate will be increased initially when moving to a higher altitude.
But if one stays more than a few days it should start to decrease and go down as one gets used to being at a higher altitude.
Dr. Kevin Considine
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