"OH MY GOD!!" I felt like I was the only one who had this condition. Which I know I wasn't. I cried when i read some of these posts. I am limited on the jobs I can apply for, because I can not work outside(when its real hot and humid) or in a building that has no airconditioning!!! Some of my family memebers do not understand this, and its completely frustrating!!! If I have to be either outside or in a building that has no a/c, I carry a spraybottle at all times. I call it my sweat in a bottle, it sounds gross, but its true, I can't sweat in my face so I spray the droplets of water to take the place of what I can't do. or I have one of those battery operated fans you fill with water and spray to cool my self this way too, And my face to get real red if I don't cool down in time.View Thread
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