Pool Health

By | August 5, 2019

Pool health

Hotels and resorts take many measures to protect their pools from diseases. Because if hygiene rules are not taken care of, pools can turn into microbes. And how do you know if the pool you’re in is healthy? To protect your health, ensure that the pool water you use is disinfected. Take a shower with soap before entering the pool and use the foot wash pools at the entrance of the pool. The water of our swimming pool should not be blurred; do not swim at such pools. These are very important for pool health.

How should a clean pool be?

Measuring pH levels regularly is important to prevent algae from forming in your pool, but may also pose a health hazard if the setting is not at the right level. Clean the filters and check that there is no waste on the surface of the water: depending on where you live, sometimes various small animals may be trapped in the pool filters. Swimming pool water should be emptied at least once a year and general cleaning should be exactly done.

Pool diseases

Diseases such as ear infection, eye infection, fungus, herpes, Hepatitis A if pool hygiene rules are not observed. Using improper swimming pools can lead to serious health problems such as infectious diseases, allergic disorders, traumas, muscle strain or choking. The most common diseases that are transmitted from pool water are diarrhea diseases. Apart from these, the external ear and middle ear, sinus, eye, skin, gastrointestinal and respiratory tract infections can be seen. A person with diarrhea can easily pass stool into the water and can cause other people to be sick by drinking water contaminated with stool. If you do not pay attention to the pool health, you can also get serious and permanent diseases.

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