Scuba diving is a subject that not many people know about because it’s not exactly a very popular activity. When was the last time you heard someone say, “Hey, I went scuba diving this weekend,”? Probably not very recently. Today, we are covering the subject on scuba diving and to prepare for your plunge into the deep blue abyss.
If you are an avid scuba diver such as Dana SIbilsky who considers scuba diving and skydiving to be merely hobbies, there are two things you should know. The first thing is you are hardcore and while many people would say you’re crazy, they will also salute you. The second thing you should know is that you are living life on the edge while others sit at their desk and dream of such adrenaline rushing adventures.
If you are not experienced in scuba diving, this article is for you, so where do we start? The first and foremost thing is to fine tune your skills. You’ll have to reprogram your thinking that you don’t hold your breath underwater, it is safe to breathe from your mouth. It can be difficult to get used to, but shouldn’t take no more than a few minutes.
Give yourself a checklist of everything you could need for your dive as far as gear goes. You’ll need your mask, BCD, snorkel, the wetsuit, light, reel, flippers. It would also be a good idea to start building your own first aid kit. Being in the deep waters is fascinating and most people have a bad habit of touching things under the water they find interesting. If you don’t know what it is, DO NOT TOUCH! Some sea life could be razor sharp and cut you deeply or even be poisonous.
Dana Sibilsky, whom I mentioned earlier, also says it is crucial to have a plan. Discuss with whoever your driving instructor is what is the depth you’ll be diving and figure out a communication plan. Once underwater, it’s difficult to communicate when you see signs of potential danger. If you spot a shark, all you can do with your mouth is breathe and scream through your breathing device. Get a communications plan and stay safe and have fun!
The boy scout motto to be prepared is the basis of prepping. I hope the all of the Preppers are wrong but if they are right I would be in trouble. I would not be alone. Most people live pay check to pay check and don’t have a lot of food stored away. If you spend a fortune on a doomsday bunker and the end never comes then you are wasting money. If doomsday comes and you can make it to that bunker then you will be in a much better position the then majority of the average people. I will hope that the whole Prepper thing is unneeded and try to just hang on. Dana Sibilsky is a Prepper and believes that the end of days is near.
Prepping on a Budget is a challenge but you can do it if you put your mind to it. The way the government is taking over and people getting ugly and not caring what or who the damage to say they are doing damage. Our government has lost control and are cities and states in some areas or also losing control of there life style because of fear to take a stand and say you all need to get a job of your own and off your butts take proud in where you live and not take from others. We started falling when we made it hard for young people to get jobs after school and taking religion from the schools. I was one of the young child that would take a job in the summer picking grapes and nuts and then working as typing this made my work ethic better. I would work hard and then we would go buy school clothes and gifts for Christmas with then money for that summer. Dove Medical Press has some ideas for you.
With the way the world is working these days I wish there was a way to afford to buy a home with lots of land high up with mountains that can be dug into safe . Maybe any old mine to start would be a start. Preppers will survive, will you? This was what I was thinking in wanting an old mine reinforcing and storing a lot of supplies for in emergency What else are preppers thinking but other then surviving for a brief time because to truly survive danger you would have to be very very rich be true survival. This is a popular investment agency and they will survive.
Have you ever prepare for an emergency. What would you think is in the prepper first aid kit. Is it food water first aid supplies how much. How many first aid kits do you think the prepper first aid kit have in storage. Is it in their basement or just a corner closet.? Do they have weapons also in the kits or is that concedered something that is important in a kit for first aid. How much do they have surgery supplies also for a major injury and what medicines do they put in the kit. If you think about out dates what a waste of supplies. Tonye Cole can help out.
With all the evil that is befalling the world today there seems to be and rise in the prepping for survival Why would you not look for rge amounts of dry food military MRE or K rations being brought out. Why more people are not ready for dangers of nature and human alike. I it that you don’t have the space that we don’t like to think that way as if you think of danger it will happen. Prepping for survival can be a small or large start. Water and comforts for a day a week or months. Way not start your prepping now. inspirery.com is the home for prepper information.
If you are a prudent person and like to be prepared then you may be a prepper. Adam Kutner can be a source for prepper information. If you have extra food and water stored away you are well on your way to being a prepper. If you need more information this link www.prepperwebsite.com/ is another good resource. Just because the world looks like it is stable doesn’t mean we are not headed for a catastrophe. Preppers like to feel that they are prepared for what ever comes along but it is difficult to cover everything. Will there be enough food or safety supplies to get you through? Good luck and good prepping from your fellow prepper.