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Old 08-17-2015, 05:59 PM
 
Location: So Florida
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I only wish. Still one day I will be gone forever from here. COS sounds nice.
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Old 08-18-2015, 09:15 AM
 
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This is an old post, but still relevant. If a person has lived around high humidity most of his/her life, it can be very difficult to adjust to low humidity. Time is no guarantee of a complete adjustment. From experience, I have not seen any improvement and adjustment in over three years. Although there are other reasons for returning to the coast, sinus and respiratory problems are now the main reason for getting back to the moisture. It's good to hear though that others have adapted.

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Old 08-18-2015, 09:48 AM
 
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I only wish. Still one day I will be gone forever from here. COS sounds nice.
We've been to south FL many times, the summer heat / humidity are dreadful to us, and we're from DC, a swamp if ever was one.

IMO you're gonna love Colorado. C'mon out and visit. This morning here in COLO SPGS we have cool dry air at 55F, a real treat. Normally this time of year we'd have 65-75 degrees at 9AM and that's fine too after the mugwump days of summer back east.

We had ZERO issues adapting to low humidity. At first you might need saline nasal spray and skin lotion, but millions of transplants live here, so it's "no sweat."
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