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Is Exercise Making You Feel Sick?
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May 17, 2013 - 1:56:48 PM

(HealthNewsDigest.com) - 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 an life-long allergy sufferer, I've discovered how nasal washes 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 by inhaling allergens including pollution pollen. "When you're walking or running around, you're breathing heavier and breathing in more allergens." Instead of turning to antihistamines, which can make you dry and drowsy, 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."


Biography - Lisa Lynn

Lisa Lynn, PT, FT, is a specialist in metabolic weight loss and performance nutrition.

With 25 years of devoted practice to the fields of personal training and health and wellness, Lisa is a one-of-a-kind expert in metabolic weight loss and performance nutrition. Her education includes four certificates from the International Sports and Sciences Association (ISSA) including Certified Fitness Trainer, Specialist in Performance Nutrition, Fitness Therapy, and Elite Trainer from The Professional Division of ISSA.

Committed to helping real-world people achieve lasting results, Lisa pioneered the Leaner Lifestyle program. From her years of research in metabolic boosting and performance nutrition, the Leaner Lifestyle is a way of life specifically designed to promote healthy fat loss by boosting even the most sluggish metabolisms.

Best known for her 13 years as personal trainer of Martha Stewart, and has  appeared on theMartha Stewart show more than 25 times. She is also a regular guest as nutrition and fitness expert on NBC's The Dr. Oz ShowFOX NewsNews 8 Connecticut and Sirius Radio where she has inspired and equipped millions of viewers to lose weight and maintain their results through healthier lifestyles. She writes a featured blog for The Dr. Oz Show website and maintains a diverse portfolio of clients including professional body-builders, models, actors, CEOs and real-world peopl e from across the country.

Lisa has also been prominently featured as an expert in Martha Stewart Living, Share Care, Iron Man, Fitness Magazine, Muscle Magazine, Muscle Media, Physique Forum, Performance Press and American Health.

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