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Could use expert help with why do people with autism love swimming/water?

Could use expert help with why do people with autism love swimming/water?

Not all do: Not all people with autism love swimming in water. I've known some who seemed very afraid of it. People with autism have problems in 3 crucial areas of development: social interaction, language and behavior. Beyond that, their autism symptoms and severity can vary greatly. They may perform repetitive movements and have specific rituals -- getting upset with even slight changes. ...Read more

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I feel ear pain after swimming, water goes to my ear i think during swimming.what should i do now?

I feel ear pain after swimming, water goes to my ear i think during swimming.what should i do now?

Pressure changes: Depending on how deep you are swimming, small changes in middle ear pressure can occur. It could also be that water gets stuck in your ear canal. For the pressure issue, you can try chewing gum or holding your nose, closing your mouth and gently blowing. For the water in the hear, you can hold a blowdryer far away from your head on cool/warm setting and let it dry the inside. It could also be wax. ...Read more

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Will swimming pool water make your skin paler?

Will swimming pool water make your skin paler?

Swimming Pool Water: Swimming pool water will not make your skin paler.Chlorine treated indoor swimming pools can cause asthma or other breathing problems in swimmers according to research from several sources. ...Read more

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Does being in swimming in water effect my laryngitis?

Does being in swimming in water effect my laryngitis?

It might: If you already have the laryngitis. Swimming requires cellular energy and if that is compromised your immunity could be affected. ...Read more

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When children swallow swimming pool water, can it make them sick?

When children swallow swimming pool water, can it make them sick?

Pool water: If the pool is properly maintained and the water properly treated, the liklihood of serious illness is minimal. If non-toilet trained infants/children are swimming, transmission of giardiasis, cryptosporidium and enteroviruses ( echo virus and coxsackie virus) all causes of diarrheal illness is possible. ...Read more

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Chlorine gives me headcolds (slightly allergic) ; but i heard swimming and water walking is really good for p.O.Ts patients... Good outweigh the bad ?

Chlorine gives me headcolds (slightly allergic) ; but i heard swimming and water walking is really good for p.O.Ts patients... Good outweigh the bad ?

Great q. I houestion: It's hard to say. It's true that swimming and water walking are great but if you're allergic, that's a problem. Talk to your doctor and see if medication will help i hope yes and am very proud you wnt to exercise. If you can't swim, walk. All the best. ...Read more

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Should I be worried if my little brother went swimming in water were amoeba organisms were present? He did not go underwater.

Should I be worried if my little brother went swimming in water were amoeba organisms were present? He did not go underwater.

The biggest risk: Is in swallowing that water if it's something like giardia. Monitor for abdominal pain or diarrhea. The only other risk I can think of is hookworm that could enter through skin usually by the feet ...Read more