I grew up living in a mountainous region as well as didn’t travel anywhere outside of our lake house state until I was 10 years old. I was used to more than three distinct seasons year-round as well as mostly mild as well as dry air on a afternoon to afternoon basis. I took for granted the fantastic backdrop that the white peaks would make miles off in the distant horizon, coloring a landscape right out of a Bob Ross painting. When it came time to apply to college in our late teen years, I sent applications out to school all over the country. After some deliberation following our application responses, I ended up in a small liberal arts college in the deep south. Saying that I had an adjustment to get through is an understatement, as well as I can vividly remember the thought going through our mind after spending an entire month down here in the warm season for the truly first time. I thought I was going to pass out from heat exhaustion just from walking to our car in a big shopping mall parking lot. It didn’t take long for myself and others to notice the large humidity increase either. There are several afternoons in the mountains where it isn’t silly to expect humidity levels below 45%. In contrast, I can’t remember the last time the humidity dipped below 74% where I live now, as well as it was utterly annoyed the first year experiencing these redundant weather conditions conditions from December through January. After I started to develop sinus problems, I went out as well as bought a dehumidifier to supplement our lake house air conditioner. Although the Heating as well as Air Conditioning plan in our lake house pulls moisture out of the air as it’s chilled, the air conditioner can only dehumidify the lake house to a particular degree. I set up a dehumidifier that cost only $200 as well as pulls out 50 pints of water from our air every afternoon, just by running this device in conjunction with our lake house Heating as well as Air Conditioning system, I’m able to keep our flu symptom as well as sinus problems better under check.