Workout Tips for Allergy Sufferers
Along with fresh air comes along allergens. With the temperatures soaring high, allergies are bound to encompass your surroundings and if you are an allergy prone person, prevention is certainly better than cure. Allergies can actually make you feel sick for days and hamper your daily workout regime. Therefore if you know that you are prone to allergies, take a minute to read these handy tips as mentioned below and keep yourself going to enjoy the changing seasons.
1. Know the allergy symptoms
You should know what all you are allergic to is it the pollens or carpet dust? This will help you to take appropriate steps in avoiding an allergic reaction. If you are a one who does a lot of cardio, you can keep a track on the area s you visit or exercise as pollen is at its peak between 5 – 10 AM. This way you can schedule your exercise during evening hours or at a other alternative time. Some seasonal allergies could include runny nose, itchy nose, or chest congestion. If anyone these are the symptoms collide with your daily routine, you should raise a red flag and take appropriate measures. You can also keep a tab on the common symptoms causing you allergies to know the root cause of your allergies and schedule an appointment with an immunologist accordingly.
Watch what you eat
Your diet plays a crucial role in acting as a booster to allergens. Believe it or not foods like chocolate or processed foods add to the mucus and omega-3 fatty acid can help move out the inflammation in your nasal passage. Try to stay indoors on a windy day or try taking a precautionary medication two weeks before your symptoms start to appear. Try to avoid chocolate shake or your favorite nut snack to keep allergens at bay.
Make simple changes in your daily routine
Try to keep your doors and windows closed to avoid entry of pollens. Clear your air filters ducts timely. Spring clean the dust prone areas of your house timely and wash your towels and sheets weekly. Since pollen counts are highest in the morning, keep your early morning outdoor activity minimal during morning hours. Avoid hanging your laundry outside as dust or pollen can stick to it. This means simply reducing your exposure to allergens can do the trick. All these actions are small simple steps to keep your self allergy free.
Simple yet basic home remedies and necessary daily routine precautions can be a great way to protect your self from allergic reactions. Remember precaution is always better than cure. Know that if symptoms like runny or puffy nose last more than a couple of days, they are some of allergies which need your special care and attention. Prepare yourself to combat these allergies even before the season begins. These tips can become handy to all those workout enthusiasts. So exercise with a little precaution to stay healthy at all times.
For more information on allergies, I recommend Allergies: Disease in Disguise : How to Heal Your Allergic Condition Permanently and Naturally [Paperback] currently on sale at Amazon.com for $11.29
About the author: Margaret Jules lives in Finland and has been doing internet marketing for last 5 years. She loves traveling, meeting new people and works at expensive bicycles.MORE MOUNTAIN WEEKLY NEWS HIGHLIGHTS: