Children’s swimming is a natural phenomenon for infants and toddlers who can walk through water while changing their breathing and breathing in response to immersion. Reducing heart rate (up to 20%) and changes in breathing and fluid passing through the nose / stomach and stomach are also known as Bradycardic reflex. It also helps them to open their eyes in the water. This phenomenon is most often seen in infants from birth to six months.
Some animals share this with humans though. Infant swimming makes babies sitting on the floor look like they are paddling faster and makes them look like natural swimmers after birth. It is important to note that even these children are swimming in infants who are not able to swim or hold their heads above the water yet. It should also be noted that at this stage children can no longer breathe freely in the water.
As a parent, it is therefore important to show children or children to swim and guidance in preventing accidents. The US CDC in a study showed that one of the leading causes of death among infants aged 1-4 years was drowning. It is very important that in teaching our children swimming lessons should be protected. Holding a baby while watching a swim is the best way to protect yourself.
Feel free to let your child try to swim as long as you monitor him or her.
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Well there you have it. Happy swimming kids!