I suffer from myasthenia gravis, and historically, my symptoms are worse in hot and humid weather. I've heard this is true for MS too, so I turned to Google to find out what that says, and why that is, and here it is
Heat or high humidity can make many people with multiple sclerosis (MS) experience a temporary worsening of their symptoms. Doctors believe that this occurs because heat causes nerves (whose myelin covering has been destroyed from MS) to conduct electrical signals even less efficiently.Sep 16, 2018
I thought perhaps there were some others here like me seeking refuge in their air conditioning to prevent their neurological condition from flaring too. The temperature is to hit 95 degrees today, and I'm almost terrified to go outside as I'll begin to suffer the consequences, and we are not to July yet!
What do you to keep yourself busy in the cool air? I do crochet, and I like to quilt.
Liked by Becky, Volunteer Mentor