During fall, ragweed pollen and mold spores are the main triggers of seasonal allergies. These triggers may leave you sniffling and sneezing or your eyes may be itchy and watery.
Although allergies can put a damper on your workout if you’re an outdoor exercise enthusiast, you don’t need to put your favorite workout on hold for the entire allergy season. Of course, there are times when the severity of your allergies may win out over your desire to exercise outside. But you can often enjoy your favorite outdoor activities by making a few minor modifications and being prepared.
Here are 9 ways to exercise more comfortably during fall allergy season:
The best way to decide if you should workout outdoors or give it a rest is to pay attention to how you feel. Some people feel better getting in some physical activity, even when their allergies flare up. But if your symptoms are severe, take a break from your usual routine.
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