1Your nose is sud­denly a leaky faucet

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Ex­er­cise, es­pe­cially in cold, dry air, can trig­ger a runny, con­gested nose, a con­di­tion known as ex­er­cise-in­duced rhini­tis. “In­creased nasal breath­ing dur­ing ex­er­cise dries out the nose’s mu­cous mem­branes, which makes the nose se­crete more mu­cus to pro­tect the nasal air­way,” says Wil­liam Sil­vers, MD, of Al­lergy Asthma Colorado, USA.

If your nose is re­ally in­ter­fer­ing w work­out, ask your to pre­scribe a nasa and use it at least 3 min­utes be­fore you ex­er­cise. Pack plenty of tis­sues in your pock­ets.

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