allergies

allergies

Post by melc.. » Sat, 29 May 1993 23:39:05


     I began a running program in November, and this spring has been the most
allergy free of my life.  I fully expected to spend March and April sneezing
and wheezing on the couch like I did last year, but even with the highest
pollen counts I was putting in my humble mileage.  I didn't have to take a
single antihistamine...

     Don't know if this is because my lungs are healthier, or my outlook on
life is more positive, or if we just had a dry spring.  In any case, I was glad
for the reprieve...

     Mike

 
 
 

allergies

Post by Joe Konec » Tue, 01 Jun 1993 10:44:20

Quote:

>     I began a running program in November, and this spring has been the most
>allergy free of my life.  I fully expected to spend March and April sneezing
>and wheezing on the couch like I did last year, but even with the highest
>pollen counts I was putting in my humble mileage.  I didn't have to take a
>single antihistamine...
>     Don't know if this is because my lungs are healthier, or my outlook on
>life is more positive, or if we just had a dry spring.  In any case, I was glad
>for the reprieve...
>     Mike

     I used to go nuts with my allergies.  I always had to take lots of
*** like Hismonol (sp?) and others.  Now that I have started running about
10 miles a week they have completely disappeared.  This has been for two years
now and I'm really happy.  Coincidence?  Maybe psychological?  Who cares, I'm
much better off now!