A study shows that regular, moderate aerobic exercise can strengthen the immune system and active people experience fewer colds than their opposites. However, in case of flu or cold symptoms accompanied by fever, the best remedy is to stay in bed, according to Dr. David C. Nieman. According to Dr. Lewis G. Maharam, author of “Running Doc’s Guide to Healthy Running,” during exercise, the heat of the body rises because of increased metabolism. As such, the body’s way of cooling down becomes out of balance since body temperature was already high at the start of the activity. Moreover, kidney and […]Continue reading Exercising in the Flu Season
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