Health checklist before touring
Luxecam Tours exposes you to travelers’ primary misery. Luxecam Tours is a world-renowned association of tour executives that give you the best destinations in Cameroon. It is only possible to view the environment virtually or physically. Capturing the world back home, thus. Either you are taking the universe with you or the world is still going to take you with itself.
How are you taking the universe along with you? In your gallery or album, the simplest and easiest way to hold the globe is to match it. As world travelers guarantee that you have the best pictures you visit from each and every destination. A image, they say, speaks a thousand words. But how honest is that? The world’s truth is that you only know what you have seen, learned, or visited but how right is that if don’t feel well or get seriously sick in the middle of your trip?
All travelers should see their personal doctor 4-8 weeks before departure. Health and Medical Considerations Inquire about the following with your doctor:
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Yellow fever
- MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
- Meningococcal Meningitis (Africa/Asia)
- Japanese encephalitis (Asian regions)
- Malaria pills (equatorial regions)
- Altitude sickness/Diamox pills (for high altitude travel/trekking)
- Prescriptions you’re currently taking
- EKG testing
You want any drug you want for wellbeing, you want to supply your own and be able to prescribe it yourself. Health supplies are not reliable or guaranteed in other areas.
Bring sufficient stocks, clearly labelled, with all drugs in their original containers. Bring a signed, dated letter detailing all medical conditions and listing all medicines, including generic names, from the primary physician.
Insect control measures in areas where malaria is reported are entirely necessary. In recent years the number of cases of malaria has increased dramatically, due in part to internal migration and thus to the spread of irrigation for rice and cotton farming.
Wear long – sleeved, long trousers, caps, shoes (rather than sandals). Apply 20-35 percent DEET (N, N-diethyl-3-Methylbenzamide) or 20 percent picaridin (Bayrepel) insect repellents to exposed skin (but to not the eyes, mouth, or open wounds).
If you have any health problems that can put you at risk, trekking may also be a strenuous adventure and should not be undertaken. You are strongly advised to consult your doctor before undertaking a mountain trek for a radical medical check-up and clearance. Ask your doctor if you are over 50 years of age about doing a “stress EKG.”
The high altitude effects would be witnessed by many individuals. If you’re vulnerable to it, take measures to prevent hypoxia. Upon arrival at altitude, ensure that a hot tea or infusion of coca leaves is carried out. Crawl and eat gently on the first day, sleeping for the first few hours.