The Horrifying Truth About What Happens To Your Body on Mount Everest
The truth about what happens to your body on Mount Everest is set to be told in the upcoming film directed by Baltasar Kormákur and written by William Nicholson and Simon Beaufoy. The film, which presents award-winning actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Broslin, is translated from a book entitled “Into Thin Air” by Jon Krakauer. It is based on the 1996 climb where eight people have died during a blizzard.
The horrible and horrifying details were showed in the movie, confirming the claims that bodies are literally dying on Everest to be true.
Ashley Strickland wrote about the film, the climb, and Mt. Everest:
What happens to your body on Mount Everest
“Human beings aren’t built to function at the cruising altitude of a 747,” the voice in the trailer for the new film “Everest” warns. “Our bodies will be literally dying.” Read more…
Different situations may lead to whatever happens to your body on Mount Everest. Even so, the common ailments among the Everest climbers are the inevitable high-altitude cough and acute mountain sickness. A range of symptoms could also happen, from extreme fatigue and shallow breathing to dizziness and coughing up blood.
There are still many ailments to be discovered and these might be known only through one way: experiencing the climb.
Nevertheless, to come back alive from one hell of a climb to the life-threatening experience on Mount Everest is still called an achievement.
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