Dive health also includes taking care of yourself in other ways - including keeping your skills and knowledge sharp. The best way to do this is to be an active diver - dive - this helps maintain your dive skills. Take part in new underwater adventures, like dive travel and special activities and courses. You'll have fun while developing new dive skills and improving and refining those you have. If possible, swim with fins in a pool regularly to keep your leg muscles toned - and it's a good aerobic exercise. Practice the skills you learn in this course frequently.

If you're away from diving for awhile, no sweat - it happens to all divers once in a while - refresh your dive skills and knowledge. Review this manual, the Open Water Diver- Video and practice your skills with a PADI Dive master, Assistant Instructor or Instructor. The PADI Scuba Review program refreshes your knowledge and skills, and it's quick and easy - one evening or a morning is usually all you need.

Tune up, dive in.
If you're away from diving for awhile. no sweat - it happens to all divers once in a while - refresh your dive skills and knowledge. The PADI Scuba Review program refreshes your knowledge and skills, and it's quick and easy - one evening or a morning is usually all you need.

If you're a woman, you have some special health considerations, including menstruation and pregnancy. As long as menstruation doesn't normally keep you from participating in other active recreations, there's no reason why it should keep you from diving either. Diving while pregnant is another story. 

There's not much known about how diving may affect a developing fetus. It's generally agreed that it's not worth the risk; so discontinue diving while pregnant, or if you're trying to become pregnant.