1Your nose is suddenly a leaky faucet
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.