Even when I am not feeling my best, I try to stay positive.
As someone who is sensitive to the environment… it’s not always easy.
We are sensitive to toxins in the air.
We get sick in places others might not realize are sick buildings. The toxins hit hard and we have symptoms flare. For me, it is swelling tongue and throat… runny nose, headache, brain fog, diarrhea, and more…
If I test a building I got sick in, it will be toxic. If I go back to that building again without someone doing something to improve the air and reduce the toxins people breathe inside that building, I will get sick every time I go to that building.
I am the canary in the coalmine. I get sick first. Others are getting sick. They just don’t feel it the same way I do. Have you ever gone home from a place and had an “unexplainable” headache? Or have you “caught” the flu.
Toxins in the air.
There are places I want to go… but they are toxic to me.
An outing to the wrong building can turn into a week of recovery. I’m working on my health and recovery.
Focus on the good. Stay positive.
Strive for clean air everywhere.
I am grateful that I have a home with clean air where I can recover
I am grateful that many people are learning that indoor air quality matters.
I help people get clean air. For real. Not filtered air. Clean air.
There is always so much good to focus on. 🙂
There is always hope.