So, a rather interesting thing has happened to me over the last few weeks, and it would be good to hear from others if they have experienced the same situation before.
A few weeks ago I fell on some stone outdoor steps and ended up with a fairly significant back injury. On the advice of my medical advisers, I have had to spend most of my time lying down, with shorter periods of standing and walking, gentle stretching and no sitting for longer than a few minutes, bending, lifting, driving etc. Needless to stay I have been home bound for weeks. Which is normally one of my worse times of the year for allergies and asthma (change of seasons), other than the odd blocked nose, and minor upper respiratory issues, I have been basically free from it. My knowledge tells me that at home, i must be less exposed to my triggers, definitely the one which is exercise. i just wonder if there could be another physiological or psychological reason why this could be? What do you think?