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  2. Health providers who are specialists in the medical treatment of Diabetes Mellitus originating Hypoglycemia put Scuba Diving on the first position in the list of the 3 recreational activities that are recommended to be avoided or at least taken extreme caution when exercised with. These are followed by activities like rock-climbing and long-distance swimming coming next. Diabetes: Diabetic Scuba Divers Risk of Underwater Hypoglycemia. What about children?
  3. Diving With Diabates - Diving with diabetes changes perspective?
  4. This fatality took place on the Red Sea. A lady diver died because of overchilling and getting exhausted while already on the surface after the dive waiting for a dive boat to arrive to pick up the group. The delay in the arrival of the ship caused the death of Penelope Turland, aged 53, the UK National. The accident took place near Hurghada, Egypt.
  5. People need to be informed about this danger before going free diving. Each year many fatalities of the sort are being reported everywhere. Shallow water blackout can be explained as underwater fainting due to hyperventilation causing lack of sufficient quantity of oxygen to feed the human brain. The SWB normally happens at the depth of 15 feet (5 meters) from the surface.
  6. The situation with cancer treatment, early diagnostics and prevention measures in Ukraine is the worst from all other european countries. To be treated successfully on global scale, spending on cancer must take five per cent from the overall national income of each country.
  7. To be allowed to dive, the diabetic diver must adhere to the set of specific standards and rules. Diabetic diver instruction requires to always wear SOS bracelet containing information that its bearer is a diabetic and also a diver. The diabetic diver buddy must be chosen from experienced scuba divers who are regular diving partners familiar with the problems diabetic is likely to experience, or come from trained medics/paramedics familiar with the specific problems of diabetics. The dive buddy ...
  8. When the dive is finished, it is very important to ascend at a rate no greater than 30 feet a minute, using one's depth gauge and watch or computer to keep the control of the entire process and perform a safety stop at the depth of 15 feet, if needed.
  9. Some people wonder if freediving can lead some way to the development of medical condition called sleep apea, or if higher CO2 tolerance presumably characteristic for advanced freedivers has ever led to an increased likelihood of developing sleep apnea.
  10. Remember well: ascent from dive is the most hazard risky and dangerous phase of each dive. This should never be forgotten. Never hold your breath while ascending, especially if you are forced to andertake emergency rapid ascent, for it may lead to air embolism, which is regarded one of the worst accidents in scuba diving. If you do, this will directly result in an air embolism. This is a very dangerous condition, as with approaching closer to the surface the environmental pressure drops causing the expanding air in your lungs to burst them.
  11. Can you dive if you are obese? Calculate it now!
  12. Read how physical exercise 24 hours before scuba diving can prevent the risk of developing decompression sickness.
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