I weigh308-312 depending on the time of day. I started weighing myself before and after my daily 60-minute swim. I consistatly absorb approximately 7=10 pounds of weight in that hour. I swim about 3/4 mile in that hour period - breast, back and freestyle 30/30/30. I suspected I was absorbing a month ago when I went to my dr. appointment. I'd weighed that morning at the Y; then swam and went to my appointment to find the 12-pounds showing up on his scale. I attributed this to scale differences, the fact that I was clothed and wearing shoes. I began weighing before and after and sure enough, because of my over-sized human "sponge", I absord perportionately. I suppose someone "smaller"; leaner BMI might absorb somewhat less... a 150lb man might only pick up 2-3lbs water??? I will continue to mintor.
its the other way around plant cells do absorb water while animals do. plants absorb water for photosynthesis
You can wear water shoes to hide your toes while you are swimming.
Only if you have sexual intercourse while swimming. From the water itself? No.
You can not wear a pad while swimming mostly because you'll leak. The blood will drip into the water, which is humiliating, first of all, for women. Also, because the pad is surrounded and drowned in water, it could fall off. I'd just use a tampon while going swimming. It'll stop you from leaking, it'll just absorb the blood and you'll be fine. Good Luck
The Great Salt Lake has a high concentration of salt in the water. Considering that about 70% of a human body is water (with a very low relative concentration of salt) a human has a relatively low density and that makes a person float while swimming
It moves away from the human anatomy while u dive into the pool. This also decreases the viscosity in the water
You mustn't go swimming while wearing sanitary pad because the pad will be wet and it is dirty. However, you can swim while wearing a tampon. It will not absorb very much the water from outside of your body. When you get out of the pool/ocean/lake, change your tampon or go back to a sanitary napkin.
No, it continues pretty much constantly. Most women wear tampons when they go swimming, as the pads absorb water and get really heavy and messy.
moving in the water while not drowning
They do, but it bleeds with the water.
how deep you are in the water.
they dont breath
be one with the dolphins
no...the water will make it werst
While submerged in water? ie. Swimming outside Yes because while you are swimming you are still receiving some of the sun's rays, they should change.
In a frog, the skeleton is adapted for jumping and swimming. The front legs are structured to absorb shock on landing, while the hind legs are tri-segmented, which is useful in jumping and swimming.
When you try to hold a fish it reduces the friction a fish experiences by at least 65%. It experiences sliding friction while swimming through water.
You get chest pains while your swimming because of the pressure from the water on your body. Your body isn't used to the pressure so you get pains in your chest.
they absorb the vital water while every body think the roots get the most water the leaves do and the roots get vitamins and minerals
They have a crest on their head that balances them
You're likely swallowing more water than you think while swimming, so that's why you have to go.
because your body gets used to the temperature of the water.
Water conducts electricity so yes.
Losing your sight in water while swimming. and your mom
Yes, if you swim outdoors, since the sun reflects on the water.