Is Exercise Making You Feel Sick?
Mar 19, 2014 - 3:02:11 PM

Popular fitness expert Lisa Lynn reveals what to do

when pollutants and allergens sabotage your workout.

( - We've been cooped up all winter, and now that the weather is warming up it's time to be outside riding bikes, walking, running and playing with the kids. But with the beauty of spring comes the nightmare of allergies. "As a life-long allergy sufferer, I've discovered how using homeopathic eye droplets and other simple habits can help alleviate airborne allergy symptoms so that you don't have to hide indoors," says fitness and nutrition expert Lisa Lynn.

A frequent guest on such popular shows as The Dr. Oz ShowThe Martha Stewart Show, Fox News and Sirius Radio, and a featured author in many health publications including Fitness Magazine, Lynn explains that people can easily be sidelined from exposure to allergens including pollution, mold spores and pollen. " When you're outdoors, your eyes are exposed to allergens that can cause them to burn or feel itchy. They may also get red and watery." Instead of turning to antihistamine drops, which sometimes sting and can aggravate dry eyes - and have a re-bound effect so that you must keep using them - her personal solutions to allergy symptoms include:

And with your allergy symptoms well managed, Lynn also recommends that you measure your fitness. "Walk for results, don't just mosey. Use a pedometer, or use the timer on your phone to track how long you've been walking. Become a destination walker. Walk to buy your morning coffee, walk to meet friends for lunch. When you walk with a purpose, exercise becomes less of a chore and more just part of your lifestyle."

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