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January 04, 2019
Jogging and walking are very popular exercise choices for a reason. They’re free, they’re safe, and they’re good for you. They can even be fun, when you can find someone to join you. But unfortunately, polluted air can cause problems for you. This article will offer some advice about doing outdoor exercise despite air pollution.
Bad air quality can cause serious respiratory issues, and this is a prevalent problem for people who live in cities. It can also give you headaches, make you nauseous, and damage your heart. Your chances of lung cancer go up if you spend a lot of time exposed to polluted air.
People with asthma might have to do all their exercise indoors. Fortunately, they can find indoor versions of most outdoor exercises – for example, a treadmill or a stationary bike can work.
But if you don’t have any long-term respiratory issues, you’ve got more options. You probably won’t have to give up on cycling, walking or jogging completely.
You can usually find safe ways to do outdoor exercise despite air pollution. If none of this advice works for you, you can save your jogging and cycling plans for when you go on holiday, and work out in a gym during the rest of the year.
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