It’s that time of year. The sun in shining, the trees are green and the flowers are blooming. The air is warm and coats are a thing of the past. Hello shorts and running trails, you’ve been missed.
But wait, there is something lurking in the air threatening your fitness routine. Pollen. This pollen can cause a range of allergic reactions from fatigue to stuffy noses and itchy eyes. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America one in five Americans suffer from some type of allergies. These symptoms can wreck your motivation to exercise or leave you stuck in a cramped gym on a beautiful day.
There are a few things you can do to ensure that spring allergies don’t get you down. Read More