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Tag Archive: stress


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Subclinical DCS, Decompression Stress and Post-Dive Fatigue by Andy Davis Post-Dive fatigue, malaise, lethargy, sleepiness and decreased vitality is an often-observed consequence of scuba diving.  Many divers can relate with this; having felt sluggish and in dire need of a snooze during surface intervals or after diving. Is it really normal and expected? Is it […]

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Scuba Q and A: QUESTION:  I am a recreational diver and I dive mostly with my husband. Our relationship issues (bickering) caused me stress.  Is this a factor I should consider when scuba diving? Andy’s Answer: I know of at least one diving fatality that could otherwise have been avoided if intra-relationship dispute and/or the […]

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Stress Management in Scuba Training – What can be done about the Panic Reaction? by Andy Davis I’m not a psychologist, but I have noticed some trends when it comes to diver reaction to scuba diving incident stress, and how those trends can be, to a greater or lesser degree, influenced by the effectiveness of […]