In the list of leading causes of infant death, drowning and asphyxiation are at the top, especially for children aged 1-4 years. Usually, at classes that receive swimming lessons for children, children under 4 years old will definitely be eliminated from the parking round.

However, in fact, babies can already learn to swim from the age of 1. Studies around the world have shown that swimming is not harmful to children and can also help reduce the risk of drowning in young children.
However, there is no consensus that parents can freely and freely teach their children to swim.

Recently, a video of a 2-year-old child overcoming obstacles underwater surprised viewers because he was so good, he was better than other adults when he could hold his breath for a long time underwater.
According to the video, the baby’s trainer took the baby into the water and led him to the side of the plastic tunnel, and this was the obstacle the baby had to overcome.
The little baby slowly clings to each bar of the obstacle, then crosses it gently without being scared, confused, and most commendable, without the help of the man practicing for him.

After finishing the obstacle and completing the challenge of holding breath underwater, the baby slowly came to the shore and got ashore.
Experts at these classes say that it is the amphibian environment in the womb that helps babies get natural reflexes when they are exposed to water.
Babies can open and close their mouths and epiglottis while swimming to prevent water from entering their lungs, or they can bang their hands and feet to keep themselves from being submerged in water.

Therefore, babies under 2 months old when put into the water tank can swim by themselves without going through a class.

However, because the baby is not aware enough and the body has not reached the perfection of quality, when learning to swim for the baby, how to activate the ability to hold breath and kick.