Hiya, Pattyanne: I live in Northeast PA, and the humidity can be pretty brutal here, as well. I also hace ac in house and car. The thing that worried me about your post, though, is that you get sick to your stomach if outside for about an hour. Nausea is a symptom of heatstroke, and once you actually get heatstroke, you DO become much less tolerant of the heat. I used to be okay until it got into the 90's, now I get shaky and clammy in the mid 70's. Feeling nausea is a symptom, and if you try to resist it, the symptoms get worse. I ended up in the emergency room, with my own body temperature T 106. Your body just stops resisting the heat and begins to absorb it, until your blood literally boils. It can kill you. I nearly died. I would suggest that you remain within time frames that you can tolerate. Keep lots (I mean LOTS) of water with lots of ice in it nearby, and take sips of it every few seconds. This helps cool your insides. I hope this helps. Most of all, listen to your body. If your body can't take the heat, then go inside.