Excessive chlorine in the swimming pool

The chlorine in the swimming pool is a safeguard against germs that might be in the water. A swimming pool with no chlorine is susceptible to unwanted organisms that swimmers may get infection. Aside from the germs and bacteria that couldn’t enter the pool, the dirt is also lessened so the water can last for a week without changing.

But too much chlorine in the water has a side effect. First is the effect to the eyes. It is normal to have the eyes opened when you swim so they eyes are exposed to the chlorine. Some people have an allergy to chlorine that they get rashes on the their skin. A physician said that the chlorine can also have an effect on the female sex organ. So when you go for a swim, the best is in the natural water places like ponds lakes or sea.

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