Keeping children healthy during the winter months is important. With wintry weather on the way, many parents worry that jumping into a swimming pool could cause illness. The good news is swimming when it’s chilly outside does not cause colds or flu. In fact, children who take swim lessons are generally healthier than others who don’t exercise.
The pool chemicals that keep our water safe to swim in and enjoy can wreak havoc on your eyes, hair, and skin. But there are easy ways to prevent dry skin, red eyes, green hair, and cough that can occur after hours of swimming in the pool. Incorporate a few extra showers and a good pair of goggles, and you can avoid most of the discomfort caused by long hours in the pool.
Frogglez swimming goggles are used all over the world in adaptive swim programs for people on the autism spectrum. Frogglez Goggles are the only swim goggles IBCCES designated as a Certified Autism Resource that provides a therapeutic benefit and improves the quality of life of individuals with autism.