A German study of 1700 children over 12 years has postulated that some amount of exercise may help in averting the hay fever.
Inactive children were at a higher risk of hay fever in comparison with the active children. In addition to this, they are more prone of developing allergies.
Other studies too have stressed the positive effects of exercises and the researches working on this project feel like the results of their study strengthens the former finding.
The connection between work out habits and hay fever continued even when the researchers considered further aspects that influence children’s allergy risk that comprises family history of allergies, exposure to pets and cigarette smoke, and whether a child was breastfed or bottle-fed.