Whatever your preferred outdoor activity, you’re probably itching to do it as winter comes to an end, but the last thing you want is your first spring hike or bike ride to get shut down by allergies. Here’s how to stay healthy on the trail— or the field, or the mountain— when springtime pollen is at your nose.
The best way to prepare for outdoor exercise when you have allergies is to know your triggers. If you already know you’re allergic to a certain pollen or mold, that’s a good start. If not, try to remember where you were the last time your allergies flared up. It might have been a certain body of wat...
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