Tuesday, September 29, 2015

I hate the haze

I read in the papers that the haze is going to stay until November, oh gosh, another two months, I wonder is my recent heart problem anything to do with the haze, of course, it is not easy to identify a direct relationship and connection between my heart problem and the haze partly because I did not experience any breathing problem.

I have relatives and mother of my student offering me masks during the haze out of concern, this is the kind of "help each other" spirit during this kind of situation.

9 comments:

Rose said...

Maybe because of haze. Many health problem arising from this pollution. I brought my boy for check up yesterday on his nose. Maybe of haze he has itchy nose and he rubbed too hard till bled.

You take care there. Stay indoor if possible and wear mask if go out.

[SK] said...

it's the bad bad haze, added as a new member of our climate season huh?? hahaha..

CL (RealGunners) said...

Well, the haze gives you (everyone) respiratory problems for sure. Maybe as your breathing is affected, so does your heartbeat.

What you read is quite right. The wind direction is expected to change starting mid October, and then give it a few days for the haze to be blown away. We're not out of the woods yet, at that time it would probably be Kalimantan's turn to burn their forest and the haze will come from there. It will take some weeks after the change in wind direction for the monsoon season to be upon us, then the rain will stop all the burning.

Twilight Man said...

Nobody likes this haze and it has been around for more than 15 years. It is getting worse every year but nobody could do anything to stop it. The worst is the Indon Government who are not working hard enough at all.

The haze in our country is always more suffering than your island because the haze can easily move across faster than ours. We have too many hills, mountains and valleys that sometimes trapped the haze from moving. They end up dropping down and sticking like fallen dusts instead. Who benefit the most from haze?? Doctors!!

Muahahahaha

ChrisAu said...

Everybody hates the haze. Thanks to some businessmen who don't bother about the peoples health and environment.

mun said...

Nobody likes the haze. Hope you are feeling better. So kind of your students' mothers and relatives to offer you masks.

bluedreamer27 said...

I haven't experience haze here in my country but I don't like to experience it either... it could be a health hazard yikes

Hayley said...

Not just you, everyone hates the haze! All thanks to Indon! >=(

Huai Bin said...

Yeah, the haze is pretty bad here...schools are closed for two days. :x

I noticed it was getting worse over the weekends. Take care Libby!