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had issues with regulating my breathing & also not being comfortable the pressure the water placed on my body.

Would I still have the same issues with this?
Expect a short/quick learning curve with this. One bit of advice is don't try and look/tilt your head down at the ground. Look forward all the time and look upwards if you feel any water coming in around your chin. This will force the air to push the water out again.

Regulating your breathing is easy. Just relax and breathe normally. With a regulator in your mouth there is an air restriction you just don't get with helmet diving. So your body doesn't react to trying to suck in air quicker. It is quite a normal breathing experience.
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Expect a short/quick learning curve with this. One bit of advice is don't try and look/tilt your head down at the ground. Look forward all the time and look upwards if you feel any water coming in around your chin. This will force the air to push the water out again.

Regulating your breathing is easy. Just relax and breathe normally. With a regulator in your mouth there is an air restriction you just don't get with helmet diving. So your body doesn't react to trying to suck in air quicker. It is quite a normal breathing experience.
Thanks for that.

I realise it is over a year away, but you have put my mind at rest.

Very good tips & I will take them all on board.
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