Can still hear the pet through the vents

Recently I l gained about a term that explains so much about our personality. It turns out, there are people who are known as HSP’s on this planet. To be certain, this term refers to highly sensitive people. These are human beings who are certainly tuned into their environments and have a hard time filtering out the extraneous stimuli that aren’t necessary for staying alive. This is why certain people are so anxious about controlling their indoor environments when it comes to lighting, sound infiltration, and even temperature control. I will disclose right now that I am seriously sensitive when it comes to indoor air temperature. I am a bit of a temperature control control freak because I do not do well when our body is feeling too hot or too cold. I can’t turn off the uncomfortable sensations and I get undoubtedly distracted if our air quality is not on par. That being said, it can be even more hard to control your indoor air temperature and environment when you have a loud pet horrifying the entire household, then while I am sensitive to temperatures, I am also seriously sensitive to sound pollution! Unblessedly, our desire for consistent indoor air temperature also intermingles with our aversion to our family pet barking. Because the pet never shuts her mouth I can never concentrate, and because both of us have a central heating and cooling plan I can always hear the pet’s barks echoing through the central Heating and A/C air duct. I can’t close our air vent to block out the sound of the pet because then I will receive the high-quality indoor air that I need. As you can see, thanks to our a/c and heating unit operating on a duct-system, our highly sensitive personality makes life undoubtedly difficult.

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