Why Do Divers Who Go Deep Into Ocean Wear Suits that Preserve Body Heart?
Water pressure increases as the divers go deep in to the ocean. They have to take in the mixture of Oxygen and Nitrogen gases equal to the pressure. Oxygen levels decrease and Nitrogen increases at the bottom of the ocean. This causes problems to the human body. A mixture of Oxygen and Helium gases prevents problems with increased Nitrogen. Therefore people who go deep into the ocean take Oxygen and Helium mixture gas with them. Helium is an inert gas and so there would be no other problems with it. Helium reduces body temperature quickly. To preserve the body heat equal to the water temperature, divers wear special suits that prevent heat loss.