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Children's swimming safety tips

Swimming is a necessary life skill for human beings and is very important. Most children enjoy playing in the water, especially swimming. This is originally a good thing, but there are not a few accidents due to swimming every year. Parents and teachers should pay enough attention to it. It is necessary for children to master some small knowledge of swimming safety to prevent problems before they occur. So, what are the little knowledge of children's swimming safety?

Before your baby swims, be sure to understand his physical condition. If you have certain diseases or symptoms such as fever, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, tuberculosis, otitis media, skin diseases and various infectious diseases, you cannot swim.

When swimming, people have to go through a process from resting to exercising and adapting to the water temperature. If you do not prepare for exercise before entering the water, you may experience physical discomfort such as dizziness, palpitation, nausea and cramps, which may endanger the situation in severe cases. life. Therefore, before diving into the water, you need to do a good warm-up exercise.

Every year, there are tragedies in which children drown by swimming alone in rivers, rivers, lakes, seas and reservoirs. The water surface in these places seems to be calm, but because of the hidden whirlpools underwater, once they enter the water, they may be swept by the whirlpools. Walk. Therefore, choosing a public swimming pool with qualified hygiene standards can also prevent pink eye, upper respiratory tract infection, external auditory canal infection, fungal disease, intestinal infectious disease and infectious diseases.

At the beginning of learning to swim, the child must be very nervous and afraid, and if the water is too cold or soaked in the water for too long, it will also cause the child's body to cramp. In order to prevent nervous cramps, the preparation activities before entering the water should be sufficient. Parents should pour some water on the baby's limbs first. After the baby is fully active, slowly enter the water to adapt to the water temperature, and at the same time pay attention to controlling breathing. When you encounter cramps in the lower limbs, it is best to let the baby go ashore immediately, apply heat to the cramped area, and massage gently.

If the child's ear is filled with water or the nose is choked, tilt the head to the side where the water is in the ear, pull the earlobe firmly, hop on the same leg with one foot, align the palm of the hand to the ear canal, and plug the ear with your hand Squeeze it tightly, tilt your head to the left when the water enters your left ear, and then quickly move your hand away, the water will be sucked out, and use a sterile cotton swab into the ear canal to suck the water out.

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