I live in Northern Alaska...I just now came in from a six mile walk, something I've been doing to prepare for the camino. It's about 35 degrees Fahrenheit outside, and its only been a few weeks since it was common to see temperatures of -30 Fahrenheit. It's dry and very cold, generally, here. Inside temperatures run normally about 60 Fahrenheit, and walking on a treadmill isn't the same as walking outside. Is there anything I can do to help with adapting to the climate difference between Spain and here, either before I leave or once I arrive? I should be headed out on the Camino in just over two weeks. Thanks!