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Cold Symptoms After Exercise Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Cold Symptoms After Exercise.

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Is It a Cold or Allergies?

You’re sneezing. Your nose is running. Your eyes are watering. And you’re feeling run down. Is it a cold, allergies, or something else? When you've got the sniffles, it’s important to be able to distinguish between the caus...  Read more

Beat the Flu! Here's How

When a virus enters your body, one of three things can happen: The virus can die, OR Your immune system can activate and kill the virus, OR The virus can survive, multiply, and produce a cold or the flu. How do you kee...  Read more

Busting the 10 Biggest Cold & Flu Myths

Eat chicken soup. Bump up your vitamin C intake. Don’t step outside with wet hair. Each year as cold and flu season approaches, you probably hear these common tricks for avoiding illness. However, not all of the prevailing wisdom about viral in...  Read more

When to Call a Doctor for the Flu

You're miserable: achy, feverish, and exhausted. Your head is pounding, and you're nauseated. All the tell-tale signs are there; it's the flu. Before you stock up on ginger ale and jump into bed for the week, you might consider phoning a...  Read more

Is It a Cold or the Flu?

Is it a cold or the flu? Our handy charts will quickly help you figure out what type of virus has you in its grip and help you decide how to treat the symptoms. (However, if your symptoms are severe, you may need to visit your doctor.) Cold and...  Read more

calories eaten vs exercise
Updated 6/30/2015 9:51:00 PM

Hypothetically, if you burn about 1600 calories per day with exercise and daily functions, is it true that you should eat 80% of it back? (about 1200 calories) Or how would you adjust the calories you eat compared to the calories you burn?...  Read more

I have my calories set so that my exercise doesn't
Updated 6/28/2015 12:38:02 PM

I have my calories set so that my exercise doesn't change my calorie range. My calorie range is between 1350-1700 calories a day. I was wondering how many calories I should try to burn a day?...  Read more

A to Z exercise
Updated 6/27/2015 5:18:23 PM

A is for aerobics...  Read more

done 4 hours exercise this week :)
Updated 6/27/2015 5:36:22 PM

well chuffed with myself, done 4 hours exercise this week that is 100% usually what i do in a month (on crutches) so very pleased and loving it 1.5 hours last week...  Read more

not enough sleep and exercise
Updated 7/6/2015 11:37:53 AM

should I still exercise on days when I haven't gotten enough sleep? some days i'm so tired I feel sick (I have kidz with autism that sometimes wake me up way toooo damn early) and some days I'm torn between it being an excuse and not being...  Read more

Weight Gain?

If your body does not produce sufficient amounts of the thyroid hormone T4, symptoms of AN underactive thyroid result. Symptoms INCLUDE fatigue, FEELING BLUE, weight gain, hair loss, feeling cold often, constipation, brittle or splitting nails, memor...  Read more

Vinegar and Honey

Try a cup of Miracle Tea for:Troublesome hay fever and runny nose,itching and skin rashes,Baldness,Brittle bones and nails,Chronic Headaches,Cold hands and feet, Colds,flu,related symptoms w/vitamin C,Constipation,Fatigue,Heart Trouble, High Blood Pr...  Read more

Moms And Dads At Home Getting Healthy Together

Hello moms and dads! Huddle the children, your furry friends and let's get out for some exercise and away from the temptations of that beast called the fridge! See you soon!...  Read more

Is it OK to Exercise When You're Sick?

When temperatures begin to dip, it isn't too unusual to see a rise in the number of people walking around with the sniffles and the dreaded runny nose. Much of this has to do with the colder temperatures outside while the warm, dry air inside become...  Read more

In the News: No Cold Medicine for Kids Under 4

New over-the-counter cough and cold medicine labels will now say "do not use" in children younger than four. The voluntary change by drug manufacturers comes in response to research and recommendations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which...  Read more