It is funny you mention this, as I am currently in USF’s Heat stress chamber conducting a research study on measuring physiological changes to different thermal conditions. I would not say there is benefit unless you are planning on performing functional tasks in this type of environment. The purpose of our studies are to determine the safe work zone for a certain employees or athletes to participate in their event at. For example – a football player in the heat. So I would say there it is not directly beneficial unless you will encounter this type of atmosphere within your life.
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