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 […]Read more ›
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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 […]Read more ›
Featured from Sport Diver Magazine: Diving might be a buddy sport, but that doesn’t mean you always need to bring one with you. Done right, traveling alone is a great way to meet new people and have a blast underwater. Find out for yourself by following these 10 tips for solo […]Read more ›
Do good, win big! Have you ever dreamed of taking a scuba dive vacation to an exotic destination? Now’s your chance… Project AWARE has partnered up with GVI and PADI to give one lucky grand prize winner a once in a lifetime opportunity. How to enter: Donate to Project AWARE for your chance to jet off to […]Read more ›
Have you explored these top 10 dive destinations? If you’ve been stuck in a rut these past few months and need to shake things up, an exciting scuba trip is the perfect solution. Read through our list to get inspired, and if your favorite destination is missing, let us know! 1. […]Read more ›
It’s unfortunate but true. Whether it’s your busy work schedule or other commitments, sometimes those grand diving plans you make at the beginning of the year just don’t happen. How has your diving been this year? Have you seen those manta rays, whale sharks or colourful coral reefs as hoped? […]Read more ›