Ashley Levy


Recent blog posts written by Ashley Levy

How Good Is Your Emergency Plan?

How Good Is Your Emergency Plan?

25 August, 2015 at 8:51 am Comments are Disabled

How Good Is Your Emergency Plan? – featured from DAN (Divers Alert Network) Few people actually consider that DAN’s emergency on-call staff answers more than 3,500 calls to the DAN® Emergency Hotline each year. Not surprisingly, a considerable number of these calls involve situations that could have been managed with good […]

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World’s Best Big Animal Dives

World’s Best Big Animal Dives

11 August, 2015 at 9:04 am Comments are Disabled

Featured from Sport Diver Magazine: Small critters are cool, but we’re betting that most of us became divers to see the big stuff. If you signed up to see sharks, whales and mantas, check out Sport Diver Magazine’s incredible collection of the world’s 36 best big-animal encounters. BELUGA WHALES | WHITE […]

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Minimize Risks from Jet Lag

Minimize Risks from Jet Lag

10 August, 2015 at 8:07 am Comments are Disabled

Jet Lag, Melatonin and Diving – featured from DAN (Divers Alert Network) Long-distance air travel crossing several time zones in a short time causes jet lag syndrome (also called Rapid Time Zone Change Syndrome) upon arrival, because our circadian rhythm established at our origin is out of sync with the day-night […]

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Banish the Pre-dive Class Jitters

Banish the Pre-dive Class Jitters

3 August, 2015 at 3:03 pm Comments are Disabled

You know you’re supposed to be excited about your scuba class. After all, you’ve looked forward to learning to breathe underwater for longer than you can remember. Scuba divers float alongside fishes and get to view a part of the world underwater that few get to see. But there’s one problem: […]

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Simple Tips for Preventing Seasickness (Divers Alert Network)

Simple Tips for Preventing Seasickness (Divers Alert Network)

31 July, 2015 at 9:00 am Comments are Disabled

Seasickness or Motion Sickness – featured from DAN (Divers Alert Network) Seasickness is a condition individuals may experience when on a moving platform. It involves a general feeling of illness, dizziness, nausea and vomiting. It is also called motion sickness. Passive motions disturb fluid movement within the labyrinth and affects […]

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Make a Difference in the Life of a Sea Turtle

Make a Difference in the Life of a Sea Turtle

30 July, 2015 at 9:00 am Comments are Disabled

Guest Post by Contiki Vacations Storytelling has the powerful ability to inspire change, so Contiki sought out 12 storytellers together to highlight a partnership between Costa Rica’s Sea Turtle Conservancy and Contiki Cares, powered by Treadright. The 12 storytellers were an influential group of bloggers, filmmakers, photographers and social media […]

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