Diving techniques with Dive Life
Before you can dive independently there are several diving techniques that you need to master. These basic techniques will be treated in each diving course. It is also advisable to read the page with the techniques of snorkeling. Among others, they describe how to empty the mask and snorkel.
Put on the diving equipment
First of all, it is important to know how to use diving equipment. That means it is necessary to know how to prepare it, put it on and be able to enter the water. It is important that you practice enough to avoid surprises during diving. First, start with putting on the diving suit and ballast belt, then the diving vest (BCD) and the regulator. Before you have to place the regulator to the BCD and diving bottle so you put everything in once. This can be done easily by putting the set of vertical diving, sit in front of that and adjust all the straps. If the diving set is armed correctly, more accessories can be placed. Finish with the mask, snorkel, fins and if you want gloves.
Diving breathing technique
At first, you have to get used to how to breathe through a regulator. During the diving courses pay close attention to this. The advantage of using proper breathing techniques is that it allows the body to use oxygen in compressed air more effectively. In other words, with a correct inhalation, you can stay longer underwater.
It is important to always breathe calmly and never hold your breath. There is always a moment that will use more air. If one of the two partners has no air, it is possible to share it. In this case, your buddy breathes through the replacement nozzle to share the compressed air. In this case, the immersion ends and both partners rise together to the surface of the water.
Diving techniques to get on and off
If you are as a diver lighter than the amount of water displaced, you keep floating and that is called a positive buoyancy. On the other hand, if you are heavier you have negative buoyancy and it will sink. This physical law is used in diving to get on and off (read more about diving physics). Buoyancy can be adjusted with the help of your ballast, lungs, and a BCD.
Ballast is used to go deep as soon as your dive begins. The diving vest is used by filling it with air through the inflator to increase buoyancy and therefore to be neutral. Finally, more air in your lungs means a larger positive buoyancy. Therefore you will rise slightly when inhaling and lower when exhaling. Due to a correct combination of all these techniques, you can stay at the desired height and also in a stable position. In terms of diving, it means that you have a good “neutral buoyancy”. (Read more about buoyancy control).
The cavities of the body that are full of air like the ear are under a lot of pressure due to the increase in pressure underwater. Therefore it is very important to know how to compensate for this pressure. There are three ways to compensate for the ears. The first is simply to swallow. The most common way is the Valsalva method where the air is blown with a blocked nose and a closed mouth. A third method is to move the lower jaw back and forth., is important to understand biological models are not math models so you must find you is important to understand biological models are not math model so you must find the techniques work better for you, so summarizing dive more and often to feel better and have more fun!