Diving Health

7 little changes that make a big difference to scuba divers

7 little changes that make a big difference to scuba divers

Tried and tested over the years, these 7 little changes will make a big difference to your scuba diving experiences: Weighting: Are you overweighted?  Some divers are far too over-weighted and don’t even realise! Ask your local dive school / dive operator / an instructor or DM to help you work out your correct weighting.  […]

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Preventing Delhi Belly and Pharaoh’s Revenge: Preventing Upset Stomachs Whilst Travelling

Preventing Delhi Belly and Pharaoh’s Revenge: Preventing Upset Stomachs Whilst Travelling

I will never forget my first trip to Egypt in 2005.  The diving was awesome, the crew on the boat fantastic, the food really tasty and the experience was out of this world – one that I will never forget. I will also never forget the terrible stomach bug I got just as we arrived […]

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10 Great Tips to Prevent Seasickness Whilst Scuba Diving

10 Great Tips to Prevent Seasickness Whilst Scuba Diving

There are very few divers that I know who have not, at one stage or another, suffered from sickness whilst diving. What is seasickness? Mal de mer, or seasickness can ruin a dive trip. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, dizziness and lack of equilibrium. Seasickness occurs when the brain receives conflicting messages about where the body […]

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