How can Swimming be Helpful in Improvising Your Health?

Are you suffering from body pain i.e. a backache or probably your legs have stopped having that stamina which they used to have earlier? Are you losing your stamina of working the hard chores and are finding to bring that stamina back? Do you have this issue of getting sluggish every now and then where you are demanded to be the most active? Are you not used to of vigorous exercises? Do you know  If the answer to all these questions is in affirmative then hopefully, this article is for you. Because in the following article we are going to discuss that how by adopting one simple swimming activity can become the answer to all of your questions.

Having a physical activity of at least 150 minutes per week can bring tremendous change in your health.

Health Benefits of Swimming

There are a number of health benefits which can result just by adopting the activity of swimming.

  • Swimming can really be helpful in reducing the stress level of your body.
  • This activity can also help you in maintaining your weight.
  • It also helps in building the tones of your muscles and also helps in strength building.
  • This brings flexibility as well as can act as a very good therapy for some of the health conditions.
  • Swimming is extremely helpful for those who are going through heart conditions or heart problems.
  • Swimming is extremely helpful for people experiencing mental health issues as it helps in improving one’s mood and overcoming one’s anxiety as well.
  • Since swimming is a water-based activity, thus it impacts in a very positive manner on the pregnant women and on their unborn child.

All in all, swimming can actually reduce the chances of having chronic illnesses. As per the research, swimming can actually be helpful for people who are suffering from diabetes or cardiovascular. Also, it is reported that there are fewer chances of death in the case of swimmers.

Though, it should be noted that people who have diarrhea or sunburn issues then they should avoid swimming since, in the case of diarrhea, the germs can spread in the water.

Pointers for Healthy Swimming

  • If you or any of your child have diarrhea then it is recommended to avoid swimming in such cases.
  • Make sure that while swimming, you or the child don’t choke up on the water.
  • Do try to take children to the bathroom after every hour.
  • Take a light shower and get rid of body germs before entering into the pool.

What Steps can be followed for healthy swimming?

Choosing healthy swimming can actually help you or your children in preventing the sudden accidental deaths which occur because of swimming.

  • Make sure that the pool in which you choose to swim has some trained staff and have sufficient life-saving equipment.
  • Do check when the pool was cleaned last time or in other words, check the inspection results.
  • Keep an eye around the pool area and make sure that there are no chemicals around it.
  • Don’t pee or poop in the water.
  • Don’t enter into the pool with a sweaty body. Also, cleanse your body of blood or dirt before you enter the pool. These steps are necessary for keeping the pool cleaned and away from germs.
  • Use sunscreens for avoiding sunburns. Use sunscreens which help in preventing UVA and UBA rays.
  • Use some approved life-jackets instead of stuffed toys or foams.
  • Always keep your rescue equipment in the nearby places.

Lastly, if you haven’t actually started swimming then it’s high time that you inculcate this activity in yourself for bringing these benefits to your health.


  • https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/swimming/swimmers/steps-healthy-swimming.html\
  • https://www.healthychildren.org/English/safety-prevention/at-play/Pages/Summer-Safety-Tips-Sun-and-Water-Safety.aspx
  • http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/HealthyLiving/PhysicalActivity/FitnessBasics/American-Heart-Association-Recommendations-for-Physical-Activity-in-Adults_UCM_307976_Article.jsp#.Wz57xNJKjIV
  • https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/swimming-health-benefits


Areeba Hussain

Areeba is an independent medical and healthcare writer. For the last three years, she is writing for Tophealthjournal. Her prime areas of interest are diseases, medicine, treatments, and alternative therapies. Twitter @Areeba94789300

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