The rising temperatures caused by climate change have caused many natural disasters such as floods, droughts,hurricanes and wildfires. Wildfires cause mass amounts of smoke which can be carried thousands of miles. Smoke inhalation can cause asthma attacks, heart attacks and early lung disease. Ozone and other pollutants are also enhanced by the high temperatures. Breathing in ozone damages the lungs and causes chest pain, throat irritation, and shortness of breath. Climate change has directly affected those with pre-existing respiratory diseases and those with allergies, and creates higher risk of developing these conditions to any ordinary person. In every breath you take you inhale ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur, nitrogen and more, which are all eating away at our lungs every day.