By Amanda Brooks

Wheeze, sniff, atichoo ... snot rocket. Just when the joy of putting winter behind you arrives, so does the dreaded allergy season that can irritate even the happiest spring runner.

A running nose, watery eyes and itchy skin can make for a terrible run any time of the year, but during allergy season we often have all three at once combined with difficulty breathing. Turns out the harsh winter, will make levels of pollen and ragweed even higher this year.

Here are a few tips to help you enjoy your training with less suffering:

For the complete list of the Tips For Running With Seasonal Allergies, go to

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