What Factors Increase The Risks Of Decompression Sickness In Scuba Diving

14 Decompression Sickness Risk Factors In Scuba Diving and How to Avoid Them

14 decompression sickness risk factors in scuba diving include: Number and depth of previous dives, age, fitness, exertion, obesity, smoking and other drugs, alcohol consumption, fatigue, dehydration, injuries or birth defects, flying too soon being female and the menstrual cycle. When planning your next scuba dive, be aware of your own personal circumstances before simply relying on decompression tables or your dive computer.

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