Outsmart Your Seasonal Allergies

  • By Susan Lacke
  • Published Feb 19, 2014
  • Updated Mar 29, 2016 at 10:06 AM UTC

Check The Weather

“When the wind is calm, fewer allergens are blowing,” says Millard, who encourages athletes to exercise outdoors in the early-morning or late-evening hours whenever possible. Check the pollen count before going outside at your local weather station or, where you can get allergy forecasts for your area. When your triggers or wind speeds are extremely high, hit the treadmill or indoor trainer instead.

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