Anyone have any tricks? My condition is really screwing up my time with the frogs and fish. Each year it’s much harder to tolerate the heat and humidity. It won’t really let up until early September here so would like to find a way to adapt better. I wear one of those water soaked spandex head thingies, but the combined mix of sweating through my O2 backpack and having that constant wetness. I don’t like my doctor’s office suggestion of “stay inside” LOL. NO!!!
So what do you do? I know many of you live in much more miserable climes than me.
Note: I don’t know why, but I can’t wear tight shirts, so those shirts that wick moisture away may not work (maybe something has come out I can tolerate since I last tried?). I feel like I’m being suffocated in anything that’s not loose like a chain reaction is about to do hat a Tokamak has never accomplished - fully sustained nuclear fusion LOL. Might have something to do with the CF and losing 10x the amount of salt compared ton normal, or maybe some odd brain thing since pneumonia’s have suffocated me too many times in the past year just making that feeling scary. One thing’s for sure. I feel like a wimp!