Ok everyone.. idk if this has happened to anyone else but I have a galaxy active watch 2 and I live in Colorado. Today I went on Mt. Evans which is over 14k feet then I went on another hike at around 12k. I noticed while looking at my watch I saw adhesive and noticed the screen was lifting up slightly. At first I thought this was my screen protector on it but I was pushing it down with my finger and screen was being pushed down. When I got home I remembered to check it again.. I live in at 6k feet above sea level and the screen is back down flush with the frame. I'm perplexed. I never seen this before then again this is the first time wearing this watch here. Could high altitude have affected pressure within the screen causing it to be pushed up?