- Mindy Ngo
How To Keep Your Lungs Healthy From Wildfire Smoke
It is that time unfortunately, the air quality becomes very bad around the months of August and September. If you have asthma or any other respiratory conditions, it's very important to try and stay away from the smoky air as much as possible. Here are a few things that you could do to decrease wildfire smoke intake.
You'll want to keep the air conditioning on to reduce the smoke that enters your home.
Try to be indoors as much as you can and keep windows closed.
Check the weather app or a website that shows you the air quality throughout the days.
Drink plenty of fluids.
Minimize exercise little to none outside.
We want everyone to keep their bodies healthy from the smoke so please be careful, make sure you look at the air quality every day.
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