Swimming is regarded as one of the most organized activity that goes back to ancient period. During the ancient period the Egyptians were probably the first to invent this activity. Later this activity was chosen by Greece. In the modern era it is regarded as a good exercise that benefits the body as well as the mind. It is a healthy activity that can be continued for a life time. Just relax and swim with a very low effort. Let your mind wander focusing on nothing but the rhythm of your stroke. It benefits your heart and lungs as well. But for a healthy swim you need a healthy swimming pool.

 A swimming pool, a swimming bath, a wading pool, a paddling pool or simply a pool is a container filled with water intended for swimming or water based recreation. The size and shape of any of the pools vary according to the taste of its owner. It requires both money and time for their construction. The very important factor while constructing them is pH balance – which has to be at an acceptable rate and has to be done daily. Other factors that govern their condition are the frequency of their use and weather condition outside

 A pool meant for public use is called a public pool where as if it is used exclusively by a few people or by an individual family it is called a private pool. San Alfonso Del Mar seawater pool in Algarroro, Chile is the largest. The largest wave pool is in West Edmonton Mall and the largest indoor pool is at the Neutral Buoyancy Lab in the Sony Carter Training Facility at NASA JSC in Houston.

 Clean, clear and sparkling water is the secret of a swimming pool. When it gets really not a day, swimming in a clean, clear and sparkling pool can be a real life. It not only reflects your taste but your health is safe-guarded too. An improperly cared pool becomes a real nightmare. Sore eyes, rashes, ear infection are the very common hazards we face due to unclean and uncared pool. Proper filtration of water, maintaining the pH balance and avoiding the algae helps to keep the pool healthy. It is wisely said – Prevention is better than cure, so let us take care of the pool and in return it will take care of us.

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