Fertilizing a Field of Mold

For the past 10 years I have been dealing with the ramifications of horrific sinus infections in the summer.

I’ve never really experienced any respiratory illness before this point in my life.

Then, ever since this one summer, my lungs plus nose were continually agitated when June or July rolls around. I consistently thought it was weird because I do not have dust irritations or other respiratory illnesses. Nowadays, my sinus infections have been torturing myself. For whatever reason, I have always been of the opinion that the illness was connected with my air conditioner. It seems like every time I was inside of my loft my sinus infection grew more painful and I grew more miserable. I assumed that my cooling system equipment was the cause of my problems breathing. Certainly, pumping a bunch of dry indoor air through my mucus membranes was making them cracked plus creating a more hospitable environment for airborne infection-producers. I thought that I could get rid of my AC units or add additional humidity to the air to get rid of my respiratory problem. However, even after I took these cooling system steps I still wasn’t able to save myself from these pesky sinus problems! Eventually, I got in touch with a professional heating plus cooling company to see if there were other air quality measures I could take. That’s when I found out that my house has mold. Apparently it wasn’t the air-conditioning that was giving me this misery, it was the black field growing in my air ducts. All this time I was stupidly thinking there was too much dryness in my house when there was enough humidity to fertilize a field of mold.

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