What is deep-diving? Deep diving refers to underwater diving that goes beyond what is allowed by the community. This may include adherence to prescribed limits established by authorities and/or communities. Elite deep diving is the most difficult type. One of the most dangerous side effects to deep diving is nitrogen narcosis. For this reason, deep diving is a high-risk sport and requires advanced training. Deep diving can be used to discover the limits and potential dangers of human endurance.
Deep diving is part of commercial diving. The scuba tanks carry helium and oxygen, which strip the heat from the body with each exhalation. The living areas must be heated to prevent hypothermia. This temperature can vary depending upon the depth. The hot-water suit is a special type suit that divers use to counter the effects of the environment. The suit looks similar to a wetsuit with tubes running through it.
Technical divers can be classified as recreational diving but are trained in many areas. These dives can be more dangerous than recreational, as they are focused on the bottom of the sea. They must learn techniques that will increase their safety in various environments, like caves or underwater mountains. They must also be able handle multiple gases. This can be taught in certification courses.
While regular Deep Dives are easier than Elite Deep Dives, Elite Dives are far more challenging. These missions take three times as long as regular Deep Dives, and are very difficult. No additional Matrix Cores will be given for repeating the missions. You will still be able to collect Huuli Hoarders as well as their crafting materials. You will also get 'Today Special' beers for completing Elite Dives.
Deep diving has complex effects. These effects are dependent on depth, speed of ascent and other comorbidities. However, neurological impairments in divers can cause residual impairments even after treatment. Most cases however, will show complete recovery. Deep divers should be aware that nitrogen narcosis can pose a danger to their health.
Deep diving requires high levels of experience and training. There are higher chances of getting decompression sick and possible gas narcosis. A dive instructor can help minimize the risk by introducing proper planning and procedures in a controlled environment. You can have your training tailored to your requirements, such as dives at night or in wrecks.