I am not familar w/ what you are talking about. I know that anything that stresses my body out can aggrevate or stir up symptoms. And excessive heat can be a trigger. Of coarse you would want to stay out of the sun if you have lupus.
I can't seem to tolerate extreme temperatures. Both the cold and heat make me feel bad. Does it affect you that way too?
I'm a little late, sorry.
I live in Florida with lots of humidity - 90% and higher most of the year.
This is the only place I have lived since my dx, so I have nothing to compare it to. But I can tell you, when it's hot out, especially the hottest summer months, leaving the house during the day is a nightmare. Sometimes, even getting in the car and going to the grocery store makes me ill. So, I wouldn't suggest moving here! :)
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