The following is the second part of the benefits of swimming that make you want to be in the pool immediately.

6/ Help with Asthma

Besides the improvement of cardiovascular strength, swimming can increase the lung capacity and tighten control over-breathing.

Notably, the humid air of indoor pools may help improve asthma symptoms. However, some studies showed that the disinfectant chemicals used in the pools could make symptoms worse.

7/ Improve Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis 

Water keeps limbs buoyant; therefore, people suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS) may benefit from the supports and gentle resistance provided by the water.

The latest study showed that most people with MS recorded a significant reduction in pain when taking part in a 20-week swimming program. They also saw improvements in MS-related fatigue and depression.

8/Make Fun

Many people tend to get bored with repetitive exercise. However, there are many methods to keep swimming interesting. You can try several strokes to master and flotation aids. Besides, you can join classes in water aerobics and polo, racing and diving.

You can also practice swimming with a partner to make funnier.

9/ Improve Sleep

As we know that the old with insomnia can improve sleep when practicing exercises regularly, including swimming. Such sport benefits those who seek better sleep.  

10/Boost Moods, Manage Stress

Endorphins will be released when you do exercise, helping improve the mood. Notably, swimming may also bolster confidence and social skills, which affect a person’s self-esteem.

A study released in 2014 showed that people who have dementia will show an improvement in the mood if they swim regularly in a 12-week period.

 As a result, swimming is a great method to reduce stress and anxiety. It can also help redirect the mind away from troubling thoughts.