Why to Discover Scuba Diving in Bali
The oceans cover 71% of our planet. Down there is an amazing underwater world with its own species, communities and way of life waiting for you to be discovered. Scuba diving is both sport and adventure and it allows you to move freely underwater and it makes you feel you are part of the marine life like no other activity out there. We all know that scuba diving is a very exiting and popular sport, but did you know that it is good for your health, mind and body too?
Diving Eliminates Stress
We don’t know if it is the blue water, the weightless feeling, the mesmerising marine life or rhythmic breathing, but there is no doubt that diving in Bali is an effective way of reducing stress levels from your everyday life. Divers are taught from the first dive in Bali to breathe slowly and deeply on every dive mostly to save air in the tank so the dive can last longer. However the calm and relaxed mood produced by deep and slow breathing reduces stress levels in your body and balances your nervous system. If you are looking for ways to de-stress and live more in the present moment, scuba diving is the sport.
Underwater Diving Meditation
Every diver finds underwater world peaceful and tranquil, the mind and body are concentrated and paying attention to everything surrounding the diver. Mostly there are no louder sounds, that your own bubbles produced by your deep and controlled breathing. Diving in Bali is like a liquid meditation where your mind’s focus is gradually turning inwards and even if our mind wanders away it will always naturally comes back to our breath. Most divers learn to scuba dive on PADI scuba diving courses for the adventure and excitement of exploration, but the underwater feeling is one of the most peaceful and calming things out there and it will help you to feel refreshed and re-focused back in your surface life.
Health Benefits of Scuba Diving
Diving on Bali dive sites is not only beneficial for your mind and well being but for you body and health too. The underwater warming up of our body plus the diving slow and deep breathing, helps to reduce blood pressure and chances of strokes and heart attacks. Every movement performed whilst in the water requires much more effort to counter the water resistance. The more you dive, the more your muscles lengthen, build strength and develop endurance as well as flexibility. As regards to burning calories only one hour of scuba dive can easily burn as much as 350 calories. When you dive in Bali you spent longer periods on the sun and the sunlight is a good source of Vitamin D. Exposure to sunlight can provide strength to bones and a healthy nervous system.
Scuba Diving and Concentration
Maintaining concentration and attention allows us to construct our internal world in such a way that the thoughts, motivations, and emotions that are the most relevant to our goals will have priority in our brains. Diving and the underwater environment improves concentration capacity and helps to sort out your thoughts even better than running or walking in the park or moutons.