Lenses, decompression problem
1985/12/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria
It was known the decompression problem that can cause a slow to great depth. What was not known until now is that if you work for many years it can be harmful to the brain. This damage of the brain is noticeable when losing memory.
This is what a study conducted in Britain says. This study was conducted among the British lentils.
The reason for this is that it has a lot to do with decompression. When decompression is too fast, the dissolved high-pressure nitrogen in the blood comes out too fast forming bubbles of dissolution. They interfere with blood circulation in small veins and give the so-called deep dizziness.
At present lentils have studied well the cycles of decompression and this type of problems are infrequent. However, it is possible, even if proper decompression occurs, to form small bubbles in the brain that can cause small wounds in the cortex. The bark is the part of the brain that is responsible for memory.