Heating and cooling and how it works

I unfortunately am extremely sensitive to extreme temperatures. For me, getting too cold or too hot causes my chronic disorder to  flare up. Unfortunately, this happens much too often. When my body gets too hot or cold, I immediately begin to feel nauseated and usually light headed. I have even collapsed from experiencing temperatures that were too extreme for me. Last winter, my hubby, son, and I went on the road and it was pretty cold outside. We stopped one day on the trip and went for a hike. It had been mild and pretty sunny that morning, therefore, the temperature was not super cold. When we got outside the wind picked up and I quickly started to get too cold felt sick. The only thing they could do was to get me indoors where there would be a heater. My husband hurriedly got me me in the car and turned the heater on. He blasted the heater at what would normally be a very high level, seeking to warm me up before I became extremely sick. My son kept complaining that this heater was too hot, but it was helping me feel much better so my man kept it running. I finally was beginning to feel better thanks to my car’s heater. By the time we got back to the hotel I just had lingering nausea and bit of dizziness, but I felt extremely weak. The hotel room was at a great temperature. My husband got me settled into bed so I could rest while it was warm with the heater running. I’m very grateful for modern heaters in cars and buildings because without them, my heat and cold sensitivities would be unbearable.air-quality-services