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Swimming Benefits in For Your Body

By Malvika Kashyap

May 22, 2022

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Swimming is the fourth most popular activity in the United States, according to Trusted Source.  But why is that? Swimming laps on a regular basis might provide a number of advantages.


You use most of your muscle groups to move your body through the water, regardless of the stroke you choose.

Works your whole body

Your circulatory system is receiving a solid workout with your muscles. Swimming strengthens  your heart and lungs.

Works your insides, too

Swimming is an excellent sport for those with asthma because of the humid air of indoor pools.

People with asthma

Swimming is an effective calorie burner. Swimming laps at a slow or moderate pace burns about 423 calories per hour for  a 160-pound person.

Torches calories

Swimming has the potential to improve your sleep quality. Participants with insomnia reported an improvement in both their quality of life and their sleep.

Improves your sleep

After participating in a 12-week aquatic programme, a small group of dementia patients reported an improvement in mood.

Boosts your mood

In a study of 101 adults, 44 said they were slightly unhappy and stressed out by their fast-paced lives.  After swimming, the number of participants dropped to 8

Helps manage stress

While swimming is generally considered safe during pregnancy, some women may experience exercise restrictions owing to pregnancy problems.

Safe during pregnancy

Swimming may also be a more cost-effective workout alternative than certain others, such as cycling.  Many pools have affordable membership fees.


To begin swimming, you'll need to first locate a pool in your area. Lap swimming, water aerobics, and aqua-jogging are all available at many gyms and community centres.


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