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Table 2 Relationship between the LLS score, the single LLS items and the single VAS-items

From: Subjective assessment of acute mountain sickness: investigating the relationship between the Lake Louise Self-Report, a visual analogue scale and psychological well-being scales

  VAS fatigue VAS relaxation VAS drowsiness VAS alertness VAS dizziness VAS energy VAS AMS VAS total
LLS
Total score .661** .365* .700** .595** .195 .525** .563** .633**
Headache .454** .184 .488** .396* .087 .275 .424* .389*
Gastrointestinal symptoms .590** .360* .604** .598** .291 .352* .492** .563**
Fatigue and weakness .470** .362* .532** .329 .078 .537** .414* .498**
Dizziness and lightheadedness .457** .174 .472** .387* .365* .320 .294 .410*
Difficulty sleeping .347 .193 .409* .434* −.026 .376* .336 .383*
  1. Data are shown as spearman correlation coefficients at one time point at 3650 m (n = 32)
  2. VAS Visual Analogue Scale, VAS AMS Visual Analogue Score Acute Mountain Sickness, LLS Lake Louise Self-Report
  3. Significance level: * p < .05; ** p < .01