Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Model: none at present
I have much the same problem, though I don't have MS. I worked outside (and even worse, in attics) here in Phoenix AZ most of my life. The heat always bothered me, but I dealt with it the best I could. When working on a roof, I would take a bucket of ice water up there, soak a towel in it, and put it over my head. when it begin to get warm I'd soak it again. I am now disabled, and my health is slowly declining. Seems like the thing that bothers me the most is the heat. I easily become dizzy and disoriented when out in the heat. I stay inside during the hot part of the day, with the thermostat on 70 degrees. I sometimes get up before sun up and go for a ride, and also ride at night after it cools down. After a lifetime of driving vintage cars with no A/C, I finally had to buy a later model transportation car that had it. I would be very interested in something like you are describing if it works. Many people complain about not being able to ride in the winter, for me it is the summer.
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