HOW TO MAKE YOUR OXYGEN RESERVE LAST LONGER UNDER WATER

Scuba Diving has found much popularity among people of all age groups these days, but youth in particular. Young people love to experience it and learn new things. But as fun, as it is, it is challenging, and it is hard. You have to go an extra mile with the care. Especially the greatest challenge is conserving your supply of oxygen and making it last for as long as possible.

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I have here listed three tips which can help you conserve oxygen while you are underwater, have a look:

PACE:

Go as slow as you can. The faster you move, the most intense resistance you are likely to face from the water. And in turn the more the resistance, the more strength you will need to overcome it which will require more oxygen than usual. So watch your pace and go as slow as possible.

SEE WHEN TO PAUSE:

If you pause when you are inhaling is likely to consume more oxygen as compared to when you are exhaling out. This little tip can be useful.

So pause when you are giving the air off, this will help you save up on oxygen reserve for emergency use.

WATCH WHAT YOU ARE WEARING:

Choose the best type of insulation clothing for you. If your body is insulated by thin material, it will heat the ocean increasing your metabolic rate. The more the metabolic rate, the more oxygen you will consume. Try out on new stuff and research well before investing in any material.