You might begin by asking if anything about the Bali Scuba dive bothers the Scuba diver. If the answer is, "Yes," follow that by asking what about it concerns the Scuba diver, gradually leading the Scuba diver to a solution that ends the stress. This could mean you give the Scuba diver new information that relieves the concern, or it could mean the Scuba diver becomes comfortable with aborting the Bali Scuba dive. In the process, be careful to avoid encouragement that could be taken as peer pressure.

If you uncover stress underwater, stop the Scuba diver on the pretext that you need to stop if necessary This forces the Scuba diver to stop and breathe normally. Signal, "Are you okay?" or something more specific if you suspect the source of stress. If the Scuba diver answers, "No," you're on the right track; follow this with signals that identify the problem and lead to solution thinking. If the Scuba diver signals, "I'm okay," you'll need to determine whether you were mistaken about the stress, or whether the Scuba diver doesn't feel comfortable about admitting the problem.

By consistently being alert for signs of stress, you can head off many stress related problems before they become accidents. however, stress manifests, it self too many ways and springs from too many sources to believe that anyone,no matter how skilled, can prevent All cases of Scuba diver panic and emergencies