Things to keep in mind :-
Once you arrive in Leh (either by land routes or by flight), you should still be cautious about your sleeping altitude and only gain it gradually by doing Nubra Valley first, followed by Pangong Tso and then Tso Moriri, Hanle etc.. This is due to the fact that even though you have to travel on the highest motorable road, Khardung La, to reach Nubra Valley, it is lower in altitude than Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri.
In fact irrespective of your mode of transport and route, you should aim to spend at least first couple of nights in Leh, in order to acclimatize and unwind, before proceeding to any of the above destinations.
#Don’t stress your body- You should avoid overexerting yourself and take frequent breaks while walking or climbing stairs.
# Drink plenty of water (warm water preferably)-You should drink water at regular interval and water mixed with glucose or electrolytes to keep yourself hydrated and keep your energy levels up.
# Avoid smoking & Drinking, especially in Sarchu (Don’t Drink) avoid till you are fully acclimatized, since alcohol is known to cause dehydration.
# Keep yourself dry and Hydrated.
# Try and take srinagar route (As in this route your body get acclimatized automatically as your body get enough time to adjust to High altitude.
# Start taking medicine whichever you choose to avoid AMS.
# Always remember precaution is better then cure.
# Always keep your head , forehead ear covered even if it is sunny day.
# Don’t do heavy exercise, instead you can still do yoga it will help.
# Avoid spending too much time at high altitude passes.
# You should avoid overeating and eat light yet frequent meals.
# Approach hospital or an army base if you or a fellow traveler starts showing symptoms of severe AMS.
#And of course, travel to Ladakh with an open mind and an open plan, and avoid trying to stick to a plan/itinerary at the cost of your own health and wellbeing.
# Last but not the least DON’T BE A GAMA IN THE LAND OF LAMA.