Worth every penny

Worth every penny

I wasn’t actually planning to be tested with asthma at 35.

My assumption was that everyone is tested with asthma as children, since respectfully the symptoms manifest at an extremely early age. For instance, our sister was tested at four-years-old and has had a rescue inhaler on hand ever since. During the examples where she had bronchitis or the flu, she had to use her inhaler on a monthly basis. When I caught the same illnesses, our reactions were similar to others in my entire family. All of us simply didn’t have the kind of respiratory troubles that besiege my older sister. As anyone might imagine, I was taken off guard when our medical professional told myself and others that our recent uptick in pollen irritations was due to late onset asthma. I was dumbfounded by this suggestion. Once I started taking the medicine that he prescribed me, I abruptly felt less restricted in our airwaves. I could clear our throat and breathe without any wheezing. Instead of having freezing symptoms, I was experiencing the effects of my asthma. I don’t care for using this inhaler everyday now, but at least I’m getting some form of relief finally. To take this 1 step further, I consulted with our heating and cooling contractor and they requested buying an air cleaner for our house. They’re not that big and they also plug directly into the wall. The 1 our Heating and A/C contractor was selling features UV lights and a HEPA filter. Between that and a carbon filter for smells, this air cleaner is perfect for pulling out any harmful particles in the air. My inhaler particularly helps, but my brand new air cleaner is what sets myself and others straight in the long run. I keep it on at all times and have noticed a large decrease in our allergy symptoms.

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