Can you skydive with a pacemaker?

Patients who have endured pacemaker implementation may be precluded from skydiving due to the risk of arrhythmias and the potential for pacemaker lead displacement.

What medical conditions stop you from skydiving?

Other medical conditions that may prevent an individual from skydiving are epilepsy, diabetes, and certain neurological conditions. As mentioned above, if you have concerns, please reach out to your doctor.

Can I skydive with a heart condition?

Heart Trouble

If you have heart problems, skydiving probably won’t be a smart bet for you. As you undoubtedly know by now if your ticker is troubled, people with cardiovascular issues should stay well clear of any activity that can elevate the heart rate steeply and quickly. Skydiving most certainly does that.

Can you skydive with medical conditions?

We regret that certain medical conditions may prevent you from taking part in a skydive. These include epilepsy, some cardiovascular and neurological conditions, some forms of diabetes and recurring injuries. If you have previously dislocated your shoulder/arm it is vital that you inform us and consult your doctor.

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Can you skydive if you have seizures?

Epilepsy

While active epilepsy may restrict or limit the activities individuals with the condition may participate in, it is still possible for individuals diagnosed with epilepsy to take flight with a tandem skydive.

Why you should not go skydiving?

Fear of heights, also known as acrophobia, can be an overwhelming and potentially harmful to your mental health. If your fear is so severe that heights makes you nauseous, gives you heart palpitations, and makes your body shake, you should probably stay clear of skydiving.

Can you skydive with heart palpitations?

Like any physical activity, a generally healthy person should not be concerned about having a heart attack while skydiving. However, because skydiving can induce high levels of stress in certain individuals, if you have a weakened heart or a history of heart trouble, it may not be a good idea to skydive.

Can you skydive if you’ve had open heart surgery?

The only real health concerns that affect whether you can tandem skydive are heart problems and severe back problems. If you’ve fainted before, suffer from a heart murmur or have had a back operation you may want to speak to your doctor to make sure that you can skydive without risk.

Can you skydive on blood thinners?

While you are taking blood thinners you should not dive. Diving is an activity where the risk of trauma is quite high and a person taking blood thinners who suffers trauma has a significant risk of a massive bleed.

Do they weigh you before skydiving?

Yes. All guests will be asked to step on a scale. This is done with discretion whereby no one but the associate checking you in is able to read your weight. This may seem over the top but is standard in the skydiving industry as weight restrictions are taken seriously.

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What is the weight limit for a parachute jump?

Understanding Skydiving Weight & Age Limits

The maximum weight limit for Tandem Students is 220 lbs, with some exceptions. Maximum weight limit for AFF students is 240 lbs.

What’s the max weight for skydiving?

You may be asking yourself if – or have indeed already heard that – there is a weight limit for skydiving. Yes, there is a weight limit for skydiving. While there is no minimum weight requirement, the maximum weight for tandem skydiving is 230lbs.

How high do tandem skydivers jump from?

Deployment altitude is the predetermined altitude in which a skydiver deploys the main parachute. The industry standard for tandem skydiving is considered to be between 5,000 and 6,000 feet. Licensed skydivers usually deploy or “pull” their parachutes at 3,000 feet.