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Itch at the Beach: What Causes Rashes After Swimming in the Ocean?

Athletican Staff May 22, 2019

Itch at the Beach: What Causes Rashes After Swimming in the Ocean?

A dip into the ocean is not a refreshing experience if your swim is always followed by a very itchy rash. Not only does it ruin your entire vacation, but it can also ruin your skin if it gets worse. There are many causes of itchy rashes after swimming. Microscopic organisms cause special types of rashes after swimming either in saltwater or freshwater.

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4 Common Water Rashes and How to Treat Them

Athletican Staff May 08, 2019

4 Common Water Rashes and How to Treat Them

Trying out water sports can be fun, but getting rashes while doing it can make your day or worse, your entire vacation, a mess. If you experience this, chances are, you’ve been exposed to something icky, either a parasite or bacteria, in the water. Here, we list four common water rashes and what to do about them.

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Is Swimming in Chlorinated Pools Bad for You?

Athletican Staff March 05, 2019

Is Swimming in Chlorinated Pools Bad for You?

Chlorine helps protect swimmers from waterborne germs. It is used in pool water because it kills bacteria, oxidizes debris from perspiration and body oils, and reduces swimmers’ risk of getting diarrhea, swimmer’s ear, and various skin allergies or infections. Despite all these, the chemical has quite the reputation on the pool deck for other complications.

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