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    When I do any type of cardio during winter/ cold weather I begin to feel nauseous or begin to get a really tight chest and throat pains. Is there any way I can prevent this?
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    I guess it might be the cold air? You could put a scarf over your mouth, or if ' too clunky, maybe get one of those dusk/surgeon masks? Whenever I've worn those my breath always get's really warm. Otherwise maybe just take it easy? Take more breaks and make sure you warm up well.
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    Do you also cough a lot? It could be asthma, you should ask your doctor for a test.
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    It's probably the cold air. I get pains behind my ears and in my throat when I'm cycling in the cold. It sucks.
 
 
 
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