I find that if I run through a cold, I feel *dreadful* for the first bit of the
run, and then I feel better. However, it seems to me that running while I have
a cold makes the cold milder, but it lasts longer -- usually a week for me. If
I succomb completely to the cold and take a day off work and lay in bed feeling
sorry for myself and doing the whole tea and dry toast thing, I feel better the
next day. I am asthmatic, and colds tend to settle in my chest if I give them a
> Seems like every time I've flown recently I've come down with a cold. Well,
> it happened again last week. It's not as bad as some I've had, but I still
> have a lot of congestion, achiness and general fatigue. After training
> steadily since setting a New Years resolution (22 lbs.. ago!), I'm now going
> nuts trying to layoff running, as I've seen many "experts" recommend.
> What has been your experiences with either laying off or running through a
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