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Old 07-01-22, 09:58 AM
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It's something you do have to get use too. High humidity and high temps do sap my energy more noticeably. But not to be left out for seriousness, being in a hot dry climate might also leave you not realizing how bad you are until you are really bad off and very dehydrated.

Humidity over 90% on days at 90 - 95F (32 - 35C) does immediately feels worse than even 100F at just 60% humidity. But with the higher humidity it seems I always know that I need to drink more and search for ways to stay cool. With high temps in low humidity, I sometimes find I don't hydrate as well as I should and also don't realize when my body is way too hot until it's almost too late.
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