This mild winter, and earll-coming spring is predicted as a allergy season, which may be the worst one in the last 10 years. Of course you still have other ways to sweat yourself besides on a treadmill. Here are some ways to help you:
Asthma, allergies, or out of shape?
Asthma, coughing, or breathing for a hard time may mean you are out of shape. But sometimes they also might mean exercise-included asthma. So which is it at all?
Exercise-included asthma can be found both during the process of exercise and after the exercise. Allergies can bring a worse result to it.
Allergies seasonally can force you to breath by mouth. However, since the air is not as humid as we suppose, we will feel hard when doing that, our chest can be stimulated.
Simply out of shape may be just not the asthma. Once you stop catching your breath, you will be fine. As to the reason why you sneeze and have a stuffy nose, it is still unknown.
Where to work out
It is not right to stay away from wooded areas. We can find pollen in the lighthouse 30 miles away from the sea, says Allen Meadows, M.D., spokesperson for the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. So the best way to avoid pollen is to choose the right exercising time, 5 a.m. To 10.a.m. should be kicked out.
The right allergy medication
Please choose the right medicine. If you still need a inhaler before going outside for exercise, you should reconsider your allergy medication.
Nasal sprays are strongly recommended here, they are more convenient, easy to get in drugstore.
Keep working out
Exercise can improve your cardiovascular fitness. Less oxygen intake should reduce the stimulus for bronchoconstriction. Then you will be not so easy to catch asthma.