Clean air quality is great

I don’t suppose what it is about summertime illnesses, however I suppose that they’re far more offensive than Winter time sickness ever is, and something about kneeling in bed, hearing people outdoors having a wonderful time, seeing the sun pouring endlessly through the windows, and being unable to find a comfortable warmth despite the unending heat is pretty frustrated thing to me, I suppose. I’ve noticed over the past several years that I seem to endure at least a single drastic summer time illness every single summer, but it’s always been a true mystery to me how things get so bad when the times are so good. It was only recently that I realized an unfortunate truth – the measures that normally keep me comfortable in the summer time also make me extremely ill. I’m speaking, of course, of air conditioning. You see, it became clear that every time I fall sick it’s during the hottest and most humid week of the summer. I started to suppose that the moist and sizzling air outdoors was causing these respiratory frustrations, until the afternoon that my air conditioner failed, and during those ungodly sizzling minutes, my illness cleared up and I was able to breathe better than I had in weeks! Suddenly it dawned on me that every time I spend multiple minutes in artificially cool indoor air, my ability to breathe severely decreases. I started to ponder what disadvantage effect air conditioning could possibly have on my breathing quality, and came to the hasty conclusion that dry, cool air actually has deleterious effects over time. I did a little research and sure enough, there is a well known connection between abundant A/C and sinus infections. Now I have to decide between indoor comfort and effortless breathing all summer time long.

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