Quick Tip: Keep your windows closed to prevent smoke from entering your home
Quick Tip: Watch for symptoms if you are around wood or grass smoke or other sources of outdoor burning
Quick Tip: Talk to your doctor about changing your asthma medication if you have been exposed to forest fire smoke
What we’ve heard from you:
“When walking I take my time, watch where the wind is blowing from, do not wander too far without a moment’s stop to catch a breath, and try to go indoors to a mall if I am in the area. I do stay indoors in the evening with the windows closed and keep a fan blowing the cool air (I will have a high electric bill for July)!”
“Breathing is a little more challenging than it has been with the smoke invading our air! I noticed a definite shift last night when the winds changed direction and my breathing got more difficult.”
If you have any questions or concerns, be sure to get in touch. Wishing you health, safety and lots of rain!