I live in Perth Western Australia, and I don't have a problem with the heat. As a matter of fact my breathing is as normal as it gets in the heat. But the cold weather we are experiencing now(daytime temps of 13 - 18 C) is a bummer. It’s like I'm continually up to my neck in freezing cold water. (Short of breath all the time). I was actually wondering about how people with COPD who live in different climate zones handle it all. Maybe people who live in the colder climes get affected by heat more, while people in warmer climes get affected by the cold. Sort of a evolution, natural selection thing. I have found that anything under 18 degrees C. affects my breathing. I really don’t know how people who have daytime temperatures in the minus temps , survive. What do you think
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