A heater impacts my breathing the same way an air conditioner does, my body simply does not like the recycled air very much
I am a blessed man, because instead of being trapped indoors all day I get to earn my living in the great outdoors. When I was a kid I wanted to be a lifeguard, so I could stay on the beach all day every day. And I did in fact have that job for a couple of years as a teenager, but it’s not something a grown man can do to support a family. I was fortunate to parlay my interest in nature into a job with the Parks Department. Now my days are outdoors, rain or shine, hot weather or cold. For most of the year I don’t even use the AC in the company truck, I like to drive with the windows rolled down enjoying the clean, fresh air. During the summers it gets so hot that even an outdoorsman like me needs to seek solace in the cooling embrace of an air conditioner. That is probably my least favorite time of year, because running the AC impacts my sinuses, but not running it leaves me a sweaty mess by the end of the day. The time of year I love the most is the winter, because I have a naturally high body temperature and rarely need to use the heater. A heater impacts my breathing the same way an air conditioner does, my body simply does not like the recycled air very much. For the rest of the year I need no form of HVAC temperature control, because as a “nature boy” I prefer the splendor of the seasons.