We have an opportunity today to tell about the lives of deep-sea fish. It’s an incredible story. Many studies were done on this subject, but most of our information is from the scientists and researchers who worked in the field under the direction of Dr. Peter Vlachos. If you would like you can watch his video called “The science of ocean water and the evolution of life on earth.”
We know that deep-sea fish has existed for millions or billions of years, for now, there are less than 1% of deep-sea fish. And there are some things you need to know before diving into a deep-sea environment. The first thing is how dangerous it is, so please, do not attempt to dive deep (or swim) if your heart attack, stroke, or other medical problems can be avoided by breathing oxygen in air-filled bubbles. In such situations, you will get hypoxia, which means your body is deprived of oxygen and you should immediately seek medical treatment asap. You will also want to bring yourself lots of energy and give yourself plenty of water for the event that you might become stuck, or worse — you might actually die. There are many factors in our environment to consider too, including temperature, salinity levels, wave action, depth, habitat, and prey types, etc., etc. Most of us will never explore these environments or dive into them, so we have to make the best choices possible. And that includes diving down into deep waters and being careful. Our bodies are designed to function within certain conditions. But we have been born with different capabilities, based on different environmental settings. That’s just how nature works. This means that you could potentially fall into the wrong conditions if you’re trying to get high enough pressure that could possibly damage both ends of your body. So, you may want to check out this free article to find out how to properly assess your diving depth for shallow waters. Another important thing here is if you are having difficulty breathing, you should try getting help as soon as possible. Also, remember – take it easy and don’t think about going deeper until the boat or ship has passed underneath the surface. I can tell you right now that you have to make sure that no matter what you think about diving into deep waters – you have to do it safely and wisely. When you go there, try doing two exercises in front of you. One exercise will let you feel your muscles through your skin, and then the other one, or even more important will use all your senses. Try to focus on your nose, then breathe deeply through your mouth until you feel calm inside, and again, when you finish trying to relax your mind and open your eyes wide. Remember, the longer you stay underwater, the easier it gets to lose your breath and start feeling sick. Your brain starts working overtime to make you believe that you can take a breath from this situation, but eventually, your stomach begins to burn out. Be prepared for any eventuality by learning the correct procedures. No one really knows anything new until someone else finds something new to experiment with. In the end, we can only help ourselves and move along with the natural processes of life. Not everyone wants a healthy lung. Just be careful with your health. Keep track of your energy level. Do not let go too soon. It can go down quickly to negative energy levels, resulting in depression and stress. It might seem like everything is perfect when you’re diving deep but I assure you that when it comes back up, it won’t be as beautiful because you were careless and not aware of the risks.