Temperature shock walking inside and outside

Does anyone else live in a place of extremes? Where I live it’s extremely racist, extremely misogynistic, and extremely rough living. People live a crazy life in this city, and you never know what to expect. That goes double when the summer heat really starts setting in. It’s warm here year round, but in the middle of the warm season it’s unbearably hot to live in. At that point, people go a little nuts. I think the heat does something to their brains that correlates with overusing air conditioning. The amount of AC you have to endure makes no sense. I understand that it’s hot outside, but I don’t understand why people think it should be freezing cold inside. Tons of AC doesn’t help to lower the outdoor temperature. Blasting the cooling system doesn’t equip you with new heat-resistant skills. You can’t take the cool air with you when you go back outdoors. As far as I’m concerned, it’s way worse to create this enormous temperature discrepancy between the indoor air and outdoor air. Instead of being hot all the time, you get to alternate between sweating your butt off and shivering. You really never feel comfortable, because you’re shocked with extreme temperatures no matter where you are. When you walk outside it feels like entering a stone brick oven. When you come back inside it feels good for 2 seconds before the goosebumps begin. For the life of me, I can’t comprehend this air conditioning abuse and unnecessary discomfort. Somehow, it seems like all this heat and humidity melts brains.

Heat pump installation