I've lived most of my life in wide, open spaces. I never thought about it much, as that's what I'm used to since I can remember. I never liked visiting cities or crowded places very much, but I could tolerate them for short periods of time. However, everything changed for me when I moved to another country three years ago. My journey and life circumstances led me into a densely populated city where I, in the beginning, thought that I was going crazy. The place was suffocating me, and I had to seek out places like urban football fields and stand in the middle of them, in order to feel some relief. Due to some difficulties that I was having, I didn't have many opportunities to get outside the city, and to be honest, I thought I was going to die from misery. Thankfully, things have improved a lot since then, but I definitely have my limits. I get breathing problems and heart palpitations in hot, closed in spaces with no natural light or air flow. Do any of you here suffer from similar problems? And how do you deal with them?