We are all aware of the dive fun among rocks, corals, and fish, the equipment we should take, and the instruction we have been told. But did you know about the secrets of diving’s effect on health?
Many believe that diving causes respiratory problems as a result of inhaled hypoxia, but the opposite is what happens. In this article, I will explain to you the top 9 health benefits of scuba diving.
Watching and observing aquatic life has a positive effect on the soul.
How fun to live and share the fish and algae their daily lives underwater.
Imagine with me, the water surrounds you, and the refracted sunlight in the water mixed with the colors of algae, coral reefs, and fish. Imagine your body merging with this amazing aquatic life. You can feel, it contains you, as the mother for her baby.
Just imagining improves your mood, so what’s about real diving!!
No wonder that watching fish is fun.
The calm that you’ll find underwater is unique. It can calm your mind and rid of the negative and impurities thinking.
Well, when you’re underwater, your brain, muscles, and lungs need oxygen to breathe and to perform vital operations. Therefore, the brain sends nerve signals to open blood vessels in order to nourish the muscles and organs with the necessary oxygen.
What is the reason for low blood pressure?
Upon descending, at first sight, the heart starts beating rapidly due to adrenaline, and the blood pressure goes up. But after diving a while, the body begins to adapt gradually to the water temperature.
The water temperature is lower than the body temperature even in hot places.
After a while in the water, the heartbeat begins to decrease, the same for blood pressure, in order to adjust breathing.
Once the heartbeats and blood pressure drop, the body begins to adjust itself to the water temperature.
Do not think that low blood pressure only occurs during diving, but rather it’s a long-term effect.
Why low blood pressure during diving is a good sign?
Studies have shown that people who dive regularly are less likely to develop strokes and heart attacks.
Underwater breathing is completely different from normal breathing. Because breathing underwater is done at a certain pace, which is slow and similar to the breathing mechanism when meditating.
How can slow breathing while diving helps you?
The brain is a complex structure, and its processes are more complex, all depend on the other. So, if you want to improve its concentration capacity, you have to create a convenient environment for it.
Maintaining your body balance while swimming, along with focusing on aquatic life and sea sound, helps your mind to increase its focusing ability automatically.
Initially, anyone who wants to dive must have a minimum level of physical fitness that allows him to move smoothly underwater without hitting DCS pressure.
In our bodies, there are muscles didn’t move during normal physical exercises. Scuba diving is a different environment, it can help to move and strengthen these muscles due to water resistance.
Let’s analyze it together. When comparing the average calories burned in gyms for one hour, an exercise equals 500 calories, which is the same rate of burning when diving for one hour as well.
We also said that the water-resistance factor helps to build and strengthen muscles, this is due to, movement in the water replaces the sports equipment in gyms.
Every time you dive you will find sights will amaze you, it’ll encourage you to return again. All of these views give you energy and joy to rejuvenate your activity.
The psychological impact of swimming and diving has been studied on a number of people. All of them said that immerse the body with water makes us feel safe and reassured like a child in his mother’s womb.
Also, saltwater has a healing effect. It works to improve and open the airway and has an effect on healing acne.
There is an indirect effect of diving which is the body cells’ regeneration. How is that?!
People always feel thirsty after coming out of the water, so they drink plenty of water, which is necessary for the skin’s moisturizing and cell regeneration process.
And here are more things to know when you start scuba diving.
All these benefits are amazing, isn’t it? So, I think you’re enthusiastic about the scuba diving experience …
Okay, share your opinion and thoughts with us, tell us what benefit you liked the most.