Is it safer to swim in a sea or a swimming pool?
It's safer to swim in a pool because in the sea there are sharks and dangerous animals also the waves and rapids can drown you or push you to the middle of the sea.
A swimming pool is more safer than the sea as there are no waves and so there is very less fear of drowning. In a sea there are violent waves that pull us towards the sea when they recede or come back from shore to sea. Also unlike pools there are soft sand bed which move from our feet anytime and we can drown. And plus you can get a trainer to supervise you and…
Where will you experience greater pressure swimming in the sea or swimming in the pool at the same depth?
if you are swimming at the same depth the pressure will be the same. Depth affects pressure directly proportionally. That is if you swim deeper the pressure will become greater. If you swim up the pressure will become less. The size of the body of water does not affect pressure. Think of it this way, the further down you swim the more your ears hurt. they hurt because of the increase in pressure.
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One is not necessarily more healthy than another, because it depends on the sea and it depends on the swimming pool. Ocean conditions vary tremendously depending on the weather, currents, and other variables. When evaluating the health of a swimming pool, you need to look at how well it's maintained. A sanitized swimming pool (usually with chlorine) that is balanced (meaning pH, alkalinity, calcium hardness, etc.) is safe for swimming. If the pool hasn't been…
It wont hurt them the concentration of salt in a saline pool is about the same as that in tears which is very low. besides there are a lot of places where ducks swim in sea water or brackish water any way. My brother dog drinks his water exlusively from the salt swimming pool and has gotten quite old so far.
It is because the salt dissolved in the seawater makes it thicker or denser than the water in swimming pool. As a result, you will not sink so easily. In fact if you go to the Dead Sea in the Jordan valley you will be not able to sink at all. This is because of the extremely high concentration of dissolved mineral salts in the water, which will keep your body bobbing like a cork
because the salt levels in the ocean are higher than those in a swimming pool. Basically, the water in the sea is more viscous than that in the swimming pool, meaning that it is more dense. This is because of the concentration of the water (it contains salt and many other substances that makes it more concentrated). Therefore, people can float more easily in the sea.
You can if you want, but you would have to make sure you do not open your eyes underwater by any means or of course "accidentally" drink the water. You're much better off getting a freshwater pool The question related to topping off a pool with water not purchasing a pool. Your pool equipment has to be of a specific design and certified to work well with sea water. Most swimming pool equipment is not…