My sibling was constantly in and out of the hospital when the people I was with and I were growing up.
- Maybe that’s why I hate hospitals so much.
They bring back memories of worry and sickness. My sibling has recovered and moved on with her life however now, even as an adult, I think a chill up my spine whenever I walk through the hospital doors. I might be just getting blood drawn however I get goosebumps and think erie as soon as those doors close. I thought it was a psychological thing until I was talking to a buddy about it, and she’s a dentist and she said that this chilly feeling I think is not all in my head. She said there are strong a/cs that the hospitals use near the door. The a/cs keep the germs down and they are also area of a negative pressure system that works to blow the air out of the door so that outside air cannot enter the buildingâ€¦ Of course, they do have strong air purification systems that also labor to keep the germs and dust at minimum. Now I finally understand where I get goosebumps whenever I enter hospital. It turns out that it’s not just me, it’s particularly their Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system blowing on me. This supply me a little bit of solace. I now think that this chilly feeling I think is there to keep me, and others safe. I think I’m not mentally ill after all. I just wish I had known about the hospital’s a/c earlier. It would have saved me a lot of worry.