Can a room be too humid to sleep in?

It is a rare muggy night up here in New York. 70 degrees and 95 percent humidity after midnight on October 22. My room is registering a temperature of 76 degrees with 70% humidity. Could any of you sleep in this kind of room? Personally I think it is a bit too humid. The only reason I don't have the air conditioner running is because my 45 year old mom is feeling cold (despite the fact that the room temperature is 76 degrees and the humidity level is 70%!!). That would be a dew point temperature in the room to be about 65 degrees. It's kind of a mix of clammy and tropical. For me 76 degrees room temp is tolerable if the humidity stays below 55%. How is she feeling cold? I don't seem to get it.

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