Summer is here and swimming has become a very popular sport. Jumping into the cool swimming pool in summer, feeling the cool water flowing over the body, is enjoyable just thinking about it. Swimming can not only improve the function of the cardiovascular system, but also help us exercise muscles and enhance immunity. It is a multi-faceted physical exercise. For the health and beauty of the body, how to swim during the special cycle of menstruation has become a trouble for many sisters.
–Can I swim during menstruation? What are the benefits of swimming during menstruation?
Many female friends have many misunderstandings about the menstrual period. They feel that they can do nothing during the menstrual period, and the only activity is walking, not to mention exercise. If you say that you are allowed to swim in the water, you must be called “crazy”.In fact, swimming is a good exercise, and menstruation is also suitable.Swimming during menstruation, –how to choose a “partner”?Maybe your first thought is to choose sanitary napkins or tampons.But you might as well change your mind and choose to wear physiological underwear that is highly absorbent and can absorb menstrual blood well.The absorbent layer of physiological underwear is one of the important layers, which undertakes the key functions of absorbing and keeping dry.
1. Absorbency: The absorbent layer of physiological underwear is usually made of highly hygroscopic materials, such as cellulose cotton, polymer composite materials, etc. These materials absorb blood quickly and transfer it to deeper layers, away from the skin. Absorbent materials often have microscopic pores on the surface that absorb blood and lock it inside, preventing blood from flowing back or leaking out.
2. Moisture absorption and quick drying: The absorbent layer is designed to quickly absorb and disperse blood, keeping you dry and comfortable. These layered materials absorb blood quickly and disperse it quickly within the absorbent layer. By targeting moisture absorption and penetration, they allow blood to move to deeper layers as quickly as possible without making panties feel damp or wet.
3. Prevention of spillage and leakage: The absorbent layer is also designed to prevent blood from leaking from the absorbent layer to the outer layers and onto the skin. This is usually achieved by the presence of an intermediate containment layer. The middle anti-leakage layer is a waterproof or impermeable material, which can prevent blood from penetrating to the outside, thereby avoiding leakage and pollution.