1. Avoid swimming before and after meals. Swimming on an empty stomach affects appetite and digestive function, and unexpected situations such as dizziness and fatigue will also occur during swimming; swimming on a full stomach will also affect digestive function, and will also cause stomach cramps, even vomiting and abdominal pain.
2. Avoid swimming after strenuous exercise. Swimming immediately after strenuous exercise will increase the burden on the heart; a sharp drop in body temperature will lead to weakened resistance, causing colds, sore throats, etc.
3. Avoid swimming during menstruation. During menstruation, the resistance of the female reproductive system is weak, and swimming can easily cause bacteria to enter the uterus, fallopian tubes, etc., causing infection.
There are many taboos for female swimming. In order to protect the safety and health of women, please pay attention to these taboos.