I AINT HAD A GOOD DIVE UNLESS I PEED MY WETSUIT A FEW TIMES LETS YOU END THE DIVE JUST AS WARM AS WHEN YOU STARTED THE DIVE. I REMEMBER WELL PILING INTO MY BUDDIES' CARGO VAN STILL IN OUR WETSUITS AFTER A NIGHT DIVE FOR LOBSTER, THE AROMA OF AMMONIA WAFTING THROUGH THE CONFINES OF OUR RIDE. AH, THE MEMORIES OF YESTERYEAR. STILL WONDER WHY NONE OF US HAD A GIRLFRIEND.Last year in particular, I had one dive where I had to pee in my wetsuit four times.
You asked for it!
Sorry about that. Drado made me do it.
What you have mentioned and already tacitly understand is known as immersion diuresis. More here:SurfLung wrote: ↑Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:03 pmShredded Wheat with skim milk and crystal Truvia for sweetener... Tastes good, takes awhile to eat, a fills you up.
I just remembered a diving physiology story by David Mass author of Blue Water Hunter. He said there is a diuretic effect of diving. And I have experienced it several times coming out of the cold deep water of Fortune Pond.
Last year in particular, I had one dive where I had to pee in my wetsuit four times. When I came out, the swelling was gone from my ankles. Something during that dive turned on the water processing machinery.
I’m thinking the removal of sugar from my diet does the same thing for me.
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