Hot, Still Air Makes Me Feel Trapped, Like I Can't Breathe.
If you are always feeling cold, even when the weather is warm, you need to analyze your lifestyle and change it accordingly. There won’t always be a medical condition behind you feeling cold. Often, it will be due to your poor eating habits, lethargic routine, unbalanced diet, and a lack of proper exercise regime that cause the feeling of being cold.
It's counterintuitive, but according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air, even in urban environments.Keeping windows closed during winter months may provide warmth and save on household energy use, but it also traps in pollutants.The simple act of opening a window—even in cold weather—can reduce this pollution.
The air can be very cold on a sunny day due to the sun not having enough time to significantly modify the air yet. In winter, cold air is more difficult for the sun to modify (especially between high mid-latitudes and the poles) since the sun angle is low and days are short.
The climate of the north and central parts of the US state of Florida is humid subtropical.Most of South Florida has a tropical climate. There is a defined rainy season from May through October, when air mass thundershowers that build in the heat of the day drop heavy but brief summer rainfall. In October the dry season sets in across much of Florida (starting early in the month in northern.
In summer, it rains all over the Philippines; the equatorial climate zones are those in which it rains even in winter, that is, those exposed to the northeast winds.They are the eastern part of the island of Luzon, some of the Eastern Visayas, such as the island of Samar and the eastern part of Leyte, the north-east of Mindanao and the smaller southern islands.
The walls and ceiling in the room may not have enough insulation, allowing heat to leak in. If you can, check in the attic above the room that is always hot. Uneven insulation can cause the room to be hotter than the rest of your house. (The U.S. Department of Energy recommends at least R30 insulation in the attic for Phoenix-area homes.).
Water retains summer heat far longer than land, which is why the winter-summer difference in temperature is about 5C over the North Atlantic and yet nearer 50C at the same latitude in Siberia.