Whether you feel guilty for indulging in all of the holiday fixins or preparing for a vacation in the New Year, millions of people make resolutions as January nears to get healthier through exercise.
But a new study finds that a new year’s exercise plan can cause more harm than good.
“Not only can new workout routines be difficult for those with asthma, but several allergens can be found lurking in health clubs making this health activity bothersome for more than 40 million Americans that suffer from allergies,” said allergist Richard Weber, MD, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI). “By understanding what triggers symptoms, those with allergies and asthma will be able to feel good and remain active.”
So how can you achieve your health goals without putting yourself at risk?