Once upon a time
I was totally wrong (phew).
But I think I figured out the problem.
I'm pretty sure it was the poor air quality last month.
I noticed that those several weeks of inversion just happened to coincide with my weeks of headaches.
And then, when the inversion cleared out, my headaches vanished as well!
|Photo credit: Associated Press/The Deseret News, Ravell Cal - Jan. 9, 2013.|
My new goal: Don't breathe the inversion-polluted air.
Pfbt. I know, easier said than done.
But really, I know Utah went through some terrible inversion a few weeks ago with 130 micrograms/cubic meter. But what we were breathing was nothing compared with China (900 micrograms/cubic meter).
Note to future self: When you finally/eventually/miraculously visit China, don't go in the dead of winter.