You have probably experienced diving into the pool without diving goggles. After that, you have probably noticed that your eyes are red. Some say it is a phenomenon due to the chlorine, but it is only partially true, and the rest will surely make you feel sick.
One of the directors of the US Centers for Disease Control, Dr. Michael Beach, says that when we dive in the pool, eyes become red due to chlorine binding to urine and sweat.
The US Centers for Disease Control made twofold checks confirming that red eye is definitely a result of chlorine byproducts, and such side effects occur as byproducts of the reaction between chlorine, urine, sweat and some waste from the body.
When it comes to accessories that dye water red or some other color, when someone urinates in the pool, Dr. Beach argues that it is only a myth placed to inject fear and shame among people not to urinate in pools.