Dealing with dry and dusty air
The healthcare worker told me that it will easily continue to get worse unless I transport to a place with less dust & wind.
I have lived in a number of odd sites since I was a kid… My parents liked to transport around a lot, and they rarely stayed in one locale for more than multiple months. It was hard to make friends & go to school, but my parents taught me at the household & I learned a lot. I wish I would have benefited from formal education, but I’m ecstatic with the way my life turned out. I currently live in one of my number one temperatures. I’m in a region close to the desert where there is hardly any rain. The rain makes me feel entirely worried & depressed, so I’m ecstatic to have sunshine 360 days every year! Sometimes it can be easily dry & dusty in the desert. When there are windy nights, I have to shut the household down tight. The dust & dirt can seep through the smallest cracks! After a bad sandstorm, I’ve often found a second line of dust on all of the surfaces in my household… During the summer, I have to use an air purifier when there is a lot of dust in the air. I have struggled with pollen irritations for the past 5 years. The healthcare worker told me that it will easily continue to get worse unless I transport to a place with less dust & wind. I truthfully cannot really think of any locale that I want to live in, so I have to deal with the situation. The air purifier works easily well, but I’m eventually going to need to invest in a full household air filtration system. It’s going to be an extravagant update, but one that will greatly improve my indoor air quality levels.