The Argument For Limiting Consumption Of Air Conditioner


12 Tricks to Survive Hot Summer Nights (Without AC)

It is always a big relief and quite refreshing to walk into a cool room after being out in the hot sun. But very few of us are aware that prolonged use of air conditioners causes more harm than good. It plays havoc on our skin and hair. Our skins are not sufficiently protected to combat it; the chill of AC pulls out moisture from the skin and leave it feels dry and stretched. The people with dry skin must have noticed that their skin becomes flaky after regular or prolonged exposure to AC, because constant dryness affects the inner layer of the skin.

To worsen the situation, if we often step out or walk into between two extreme temperatures like AC and outdoor, sudden shift from one extreme climate to another extreme is very stressful for the body; it batters our facial skin very much. Furthermore, AC is notorious for increasing the symptoms of low blood pressure, arthritis, and neuritis.

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