James Tidwell July 7, 2018

Of course, this is not advised to the amateurs in case of swimming that cannot handle themselves in deep waters, but rather for those who have trained well as far as basic swimming is concerned. But aren’t we all, if we can swim well, are very skeptical about swimming in the lakes, even those which are relatively safer and not very deep to take a dip, just because we think that the lakes are not clean enough to submerge our bodies in it even for a while? So what do we do? We go to a nice swimming pool to release some stress and to take a break from the scorching heat.

But according to a recent study, it is better to go swim in a lake than the so-called swimming pools. The pool can make you sick, actually sick, much more than any of the lakes can, it seems. Despite the addition of chlorine to the water, the only important question that stays is—is it still enough after all? It was found that it is not. While the chlorine kills some of the dangerous elements that can affect the swimmers in some way or the other, it is highly insufficient to kill some other things.

Nearly 80% of the viruses were found to be linked with the water in the pools that is treated with chlorine. With thousands of people getting sick and a few of them even dying, because of the treated water in the pools, this indeed is an alarming situation and one must take it very seriously.

Speaking of swimming, there have been a few incidences in the world where, because of the negligence of the guards as well as carelessness of the people, the number of people dying in the theme parks is increasing.

James Tidwell

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