Posts with the tag “cold-water”
Equaleasy - neoprene hoods and equalisation
January 2nd, 2023
While we are acutely aware of these annoyances (we don’t want to look like Marge Simpson, and we don’t want to readjust our mask strap every five minutes), the most worrying characteristic of hoods is...
Four Tips For Staying Warm While Cold Water Diving
July 6th, 2022
The basic question in cold is how to maintain adequate thermal insulation without marked cold or heat strain and with minimal impairment on physical performance. 24-hour energy expenditure is increase...
March 30th, 2022
It can be a fun experience to dive without seeing anything. When you need to rely totally on your ears and hands, you will be surprised by how quickly your body can adjust to the new situation. ...
Five lessons for Cold-water Diving
April 5th, 2019
Staying dry and layering with proper undergarments — along with the layer of air between the suit and your body — provide warmth. Consider these five lessons to prepare yourself for this interesting a...
Cape Town Diving
April 24th, 2018
For those divers traveling to Cape Town for the Dive Festival...
Lung squeeze while freediving FAQ
April 6th, 2018
Immersion pulmonary edema (IPE), is a multifactorial condition, largely a net effect of increased central blood volume, pressures within the chest and, for compressed-gas divers, increased breathing...
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