Allergy Season

Allergy Season

Don’t let pollen and mold keep you from training this spring.

At last-the warm days of spring! Time to put the bike trainer back in the attic, hit the open trails, and…sneeze.

For those with seasonal allergies, early-season training can be a challenge. Seasonal triggers like mold and pollen can create a host of symptoms: inflammation in the airways, runny nose, itchy throat, coughing and shortness of breath. Exercise adds to the stress placed on the airways, says Dr. Mark Millard, a pulmonologist at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and the Medical Director of the Martha Foster Lung Care Center.

Read more at http://triathlon.competitor.com/2014/02/training/outsmart-your-seasonal-allergies_94180#kMjg2Gywe4klCZUU.99

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