Their indoor air wasn’t particularly clean and you could smell a faint odor of mold in the building throughout
Life is a little harder when you have chronic respiratory problems. It all started when I was six years old and I was diagnosed with asthma. I was struggling to keep up with my friends during P.E. classes at school. My teacher noticed that despite being in good shape physically, I was stopping to catch my breath a lot more than any of the other students. My mom took me to see the pediatrician and that’s when I received my formal diagnosis. Right away I was prescribed two different inhalers to use if I was experiencing breathing problems. I hated using an inhaler in front of other students because sometimes I was ridiculed. It doesn’t help that a lot of cartoons have satirized and made fun of kids with inhalers, especially kids that also wear glasses. Now that I’m a lot older and I work inside my home office all day, I don’t face as many obstacles with my respiratory issues. I have a central air purifier attached to my central heating and cooling system. It contains UV lights and an additional air filter. These two factors together help get my indoor air much cleaner than it would be without them. When I worked for a different company and had to be in their office every day, I was struggling with my respiratory problems a lot more. Their indoor air wasn’t particularly clean and you could smell a faint odor of mold in the building throughout. I’m happy that I work from home where my air is constantly cleaned by my air purifier.