+20 69 3600 145 info@redseacollege.com

Doctors Corner

After a few days of great diving you notice that your ear starts to feel a bit itchy, waking the next morning you feel pain when you touch the outer ear. We ask our diving doctors what this is, the causes and of course ways this can be prevented. This condition is...

Doctors Corner – Seasickness

Nothing can ruin a day out diving on a boat like seasickness! Instead of the gentle rocking motion relaxing you and allowing some well earned shut-eye in the sun, you spend the day praying to God that the boat can return to the jetty and allow you the relief of land...

Doctor’s Corner … Bladder Discomfort

The post dive queue for the toilet is generally a lengthy one, no matter how many times you urinate before the dive, less than an hour later the end of the dive see’s most people legs crossed and desperate for the toilet. This month we ask our doctors why this happens...

Doctor’s Corner … Age and diving

We receive frequent enquiries from people asking us what age is too old to dive? This month we ask our doctors about any age limitations and the considerations which the older diver will need to take into account. Firstly let us be clear that fitness to dive is not...

Doctor’s Corner … Drinking and Diving… Cheers

You are in Sharm to dive, but you are also on holiday? When diving the balance between those heavy nights out and your daily dive activities can be a fine one. This month we ask our medical experts in Sharm’s Hyperbaric Medical Centre what the effects of alcohol can...

Pin It on Pinterest