I have suffered from dust sensitivity symptoms since I was a teenager, but I do not remember having dust sensitivity symptoms when I was younger than that… But I absolutely remember them starting after my family and I moved down south… All of the odd flowers and plants caused concerns for me. I had trouble breathing and I had to get an inhaler from the nurse. At first, they thought I had asthma. After weeks of tests, they realized it was just dust sensitivities. I couldn’t sleep in the evening, because I was always sneezing and coughing, and my Mom and Dad decided to buy a new UV air cleaner for my study room, when I was having a lot of trouble sleeping, but the UV air cleaner is a small device that sits on the desk in my room. I usually turn on the UV air cleaner in the evening before I go to bed. The UV air cleaner removes all of the germs, allergens, viruses, and bacteria from inside of the air. All of these contaminants cause concerns. After a week or two of using the UV air cleaner, I started to believe better and I started to sleep more soundly in the evening. These afternoons, I still sleep with an air cleaning device next to my bed. My dust sensitivities aren’t as awful as they were when I was a kid, but I still suffer in the Springtime; but when the flowers are blooming and the sod is getting cut every weekend, I have a lot of trouble breathing. After the blooming season is finished, I usually believe some relief until the following Springtime season. I’m still thankful for the amazing indoor air cleaning machine.