Mental health and indoor air are directly correlated

I believe I’m in a really unique position these mornings to talk about mental health, but for the past year I have been really working on a mental health blog and also a podcast which has really taken off; it’s been shocking to see people from all over the world affixing with our message. Then putting the sound of our voice on the airwaves is a bit nerve-wracking, although I get superb reception all of the time. And all of that being said, the most official thing that the two of us seem to struggle with is social anxiety. I do not guess anybody who feels confident in meeting new humans or engaging in small talk, but that’s why I have been trying to tell our community members about a new hack that I came up with. It’s all about learning about air quality and air temperature management. If that sounds crazy to appreciate heating and air conditioning as a way to treat anxiety; let me explain, and have you ever been in a situation where you did not guess what to say? Instead of commenting on the outdoor climate—the weather—how about you comment on the indoor air temperature and also the air quality? Everybody has an opinion when it comes to air temperature preference and also high-quality indoor air. Nobody on this planet wants to be frosty cold or burning hot inside of a building, you also do not want to feel like there is dust and also dander floating into your respiratory system because of an exhausted heating and cooling method with dirty air filters. As such, if you can just learn a thing or several about cooling systems, air cleaners, and also smart temperature controls you will always have a way to make easy conversation; in these instances you can complain about the indoor air temperature, because everybody likes it.

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