When it is cold outside, as in close to freezing point or below it I can go out without a coat and not be cold or affected, but when in a cool/warm environment I will be dripping sweat, and get out of breath easily. Should I see a doctor?
The need people feel for air-conditioning obviously differs. However, there is a range of temperature that most people find comfortable. From 72 degrees Fahrenheit [22° C.] to 78 degrees Fahrenheit [26° C.] is a typical comfort zone, with relative humidity from 40 percent to 60 percent. When the weather is cold enough to require heating, most people will be comfortable when the temperature is from 72 degrees Fahrenheit [22° C.] to 76 degrees Fahrenheit [24° C.].
On the other hand, when it is hot outside, most will be comfortable when air-conditioning keeps the inside temperature from 76 degrees Fahrenheit [24° C.] to 80 degrees Fahrenheit [27° C.]. But if the outside temperature is extremely high and one is frequently going in and out, it might be wise for the sake of one’s health to keep the inside temperature somewhat higher than usual.
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