Because change of temperature
It depends, how cold is the weather? if it is hot then probably not, but if it is chilly than it is probably not a good idea to go swimming anyways
Not keeping warm in cold weather.Going from a warm temperature or spa to a cooler temperature or swimming pool.
Generally because the water is cooler than your body temperature.
am not really sure but i think it is 24 degree celcius
Swimming pool water can be what ever temperature you would like it to be just not too cold or too hot just need to have a little relaxation. :)
It's all about how your body reacts to relative temperatures. The truth is that the pool temperature is not likely to be the culprit. It's more about how your body perceives the difference between the outside temperature vs the pool temperature. The transition from standing in the hot sun to getting into your pool makes the water feel colder than it might feel than if you are standing in cold rain before entering the pool.
The temperature of a pool is not regulated anywhere that I know of.
because your body gets used to the temperature of the water.
The purpose of a swimming pool heat pump is to rise the temperature of the water. The pool then can be used for swimming even on days when the weather is not perfect. The swimming pool season is extended.
That all depends on the type of swimming pool. A child's inflatable pool would be considerably smaller than an Olympic pool.
I keep my pool about 120 degrees. stew
This happens but then rarely. When the carrier or the patient defecates in the swimming pool, this is possible.
The lowest temperature to get in a pool, especially a public swimming pool, is about 70 degrees Fahrenheit/ 21 degrees Celsius.
Conduction. Heat travels from high to low to balance itself, in a cold pool our warm bodies will lose heat to balance the waters temperature.
I'd say anytime is perfect if it's cold go to a indoor pool if its hot you can swim indoor and outdoor!
because the water is very cool
The American Red Cross suggests that 78° F is appropriate for swimming.
Quite so. The water in a swimming pool is cooler than body temperature (unless the swimming pool is actually a hot tub) and therefore, a person in that pool will lose heat by conduction.