Living in Texas, I dread the summer. Don't get me wrong. I love my hometown of Austin. But by early June when temperatures rise above 95 degrees nearly every day, the heat is so oppressive that I start fantasizing about a move to the mountains.
As many as 60-80% of people living with MS experience heat sensitivity. Heat exposure saps our energy and can exacerbate symptoms. High summer temperatures can make us downright miserable. . .
(Please see the rest of this piece as published by Momentum magazine.)