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What are the health risks of speed swimming in an indoor pool that is too warm?

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2009-06-28 13:41:24
2009-06-28 13:41:24

Being a registered nurse / ex paramedic who has treated many patients with dehydration , I can tell you from experience..i am also an avid swimmer, both for fun and cardiovascular / health benefits. Just because you are wet while swimming , does not mean you can't fall victim to dehydration. The warmer the water / ambient temperature, the more likely this can occur. So the point is.. Drink lots of water before, during, and after your swim.

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