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It's Sneezing Season But You Can Still Enjoy Outdoor Fitness

You just received your new SAINA top & leggings and want to enjoy some outdoor fitness. While exercising outdoors can be refreshing, it can also exacerbate spring allergies for some people. Here are some tips to minimize allergy symptoms while exercising outdoors:

Check the pollen count

Before heading out, check the local pollen count. Try to schedule your outdoor workouts for times when pollen levels are lower, such as in the late afternoon or after a rainfall.

Choose the right location

Opt for outdoor exercise areas that are less likely to have high pollen levels, such as urban parks with short-cut grass, rather than wooded areas or fields with lots of blooming plants.

Use nasal protection

Consider using a nasal barrier spray or wearing a mask designed to filter out pollen particles while exercising outdoors. These can help reduce the amount of pollen you inhale during your workout.

Stay hydrated

Drinking plenty of water can help thin mucus secretions and soothe irritated nasal passages, which may help alleviate allergy symptoms.

Choose the right time

Pollen levels are typically highest in the early morning, so consider exercising later in the day when pollen counts tend to be lower.

By taking these precautions, you can still enjoy outdoor exercise while minimizing the impact of spring allergies on your workout routine. 


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