- It can improve your lung capacity. When you swim, your
lungsare at work and they breathe in and breathe out considerably. Therefore, you breathe well, and there is less pressure exerted on the lungs. This helps to improve the lung and you don’t have to put extra pressure on your lungs for your everyday chores.
- It can reduce the inflammations. When you swim regularly, the inflammations in the airways reduce considerably. When the inflammations reduce, you can breathe properly and that reduces the pressure that you would otherwise have to put on your lungs.
- It also strengthens your muscles. Swimming helps to build muscle strength and when your muscles are strong, you can perform your daily activities smoothly.
- It increases your tolerance. When you practice swimming over a long period of time, your lungs tend to get used to it and it builds your tolerance for such exercises. When your tolerance increases, it also helps you to perform your daily activities without any breathing problems.
Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.