My asthma is a part of who I am as a person. It constantly thwarted our desires to play team athletic interests as a kid and provided myself and others that have the look of the nerdy kid with glasses who’s usually breathing heavily and puffing on an inhaler. Eventually, I stopped caring what other teenagers said about me although I never managed to come to peace with the physical symptoms I got every year heading into Autumn when the leaves die and land on the ground. Mold then grows on the fallen tree leaves and permeates the air with annoying spores. I had many bouts of wheezing and really caught bronchitis around this time every year. Even my inhalers were no match for the tree mold around here. Now that I’m much older and wiser, I have the resources to keep our indoor air in our home as wipe and irritant free as much as possible. I have more than three electric whole-home air purifiers stationed in each far corner of my house. The air purifiers come with HEPA rated filters and UV-C bulbs for added antimicrobial and antifungal effects. Even though I use our whole-home air purifiers all year long, it was no surprise to me that I would be using them more often in the Autumn months before the major snowfalls of early winter, when the air becomes dry as a bone and most lung bacteria are frozen over and out of harm’s way. I was browsing the internet to find updatement parts for one of our whole-home air purifiers when I came across an ad for an advanced air purification unit that attaches to your central HVAC unit. It is flaunted to work twice as efficiently as plugin air purifiers love the ones I own and comes with the added pro of cleansing all of the air in our home as it moves through our air duct. Although I don’t have the money saved up yet, I hope to save enough soon to buy a central HVAC air purification method to update the more than three I’m running in unison now.