Menopause and cooling set up

I never experienced a hot flash or a heat stroke until just recently. It started out like any other day down south. The temperature was at least inside the low 90’s but at home and in my car along with the A/C on I could almost never tell the difference. I was taking a trip to go visit my old roommate to discuss transferring all of our energy and wifi bills to his name now that I’d moved. Exiting my car I felt rather warm but didn’t really concern myself much by it. When I entered my former apartment I quickly started to notice I was sweating much more than normal. I shrugged it off because I had just recently became pregnant and figured my body’s temperature was just off due to how my blood amount has doubled. Suddenly I got light-headed and short of breath. The next thing I knew my vision was starting to blur and then slowly and gradually got darker almost black. I proceeded to run directly over to the thermostat and saw they had been keeping it at ninety degrees and didn’t have any fans on either! I quickly lowered the thermostat and begged my former roommate to allow me to borrow his fans while he got me a cool glass of water to help me recover. Within a few minutes the A/C was blasting precious cool air as I stood directly in front of a vent along with this friends filtered fan. I was grateful for his help but decided that this would be the last time I place myself in such an uncomfortable environment.

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