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Watch out, 5 this harmful bacteria lurking in the pool!

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Swim in the pool to cool off in the middle of a hot day is a thing that can not be denied. Either to exercise or play water, all the activities carried out in the swimming pool is very pleasant. That's why you always feel lost track of time while playing in the pool.Based on research conducted by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, there are so many bacteria that inhabit the pool. Especially if the cause is not the pool is a public area that is open and so many people who go into it. Reporting from healthmeup.com, the following are the main harmful bacteria that commonly inhabit the pool.

ShigellosisThese bacteria also known as bacillary dysentery which makes them exposed to these bacteria have fever, nausea, vomiting, cramps, and diarrhea. In most cases, the patient also stools containing blood and mucus.E.coliE. coli, or Escherichia coli is a harmful bacteria that cause diarrhea ranging from mild diarrhea to severe diarrhea.CryptosporidiosisThese bacteria are highly resistant to chemical disinfectants that are commonly used to clean the pool. Their main symptoms of the disease are exposed to these bacteria is severe abdominal cramps, fever, vomiting, and other gastrointestinal disorders.Hepatitis AThese germs often happens in swimming pools and sewage system in the neighborhood around an unhealthy. The virus itself does not respond to antibiotic treatment.


Pseudonomas
Pseudomonas bacteria cause diseases associated with skin infections and ear irritation. These bacteria themselves are often grown in warm aqueous environments because warmer temperatures will impair the ability of disinfectants in cleaning chemicals.

Apparently there are so many germs, bacteria, and viruses that can inhabit the pool. But this does not mean that you immediately remove your swimming habits because swimming itself is a healthy sport. Thing you should do is immediately rid itself once completed swim in order to minimize the growth of bacteria.
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