There are a couple things you can try. Buy a thinsulate mitten/glove, put your inhaler in it and keep it close to your body. Or if you have inner pockets, use the mitten/glove with your inhaler in it, and put a toasty toes (air activated charcoal) to help heat the pocket (do not put this in the mitten/glove - but the pocket itself). The reason you would want the inhaler in the glove for this is so the inhaler doesn't get too warm from the charcoal.
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