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10 Side Effects of Air Conditioning on Health

Ask if the weather is hot these days, the answer is Yes! This hot weather makes anyone want to stay in a cool air-conditioned room. Right? But do you know that the longer we stay in the air-conditioned room especially, in the unclean air-conditioned room can make our health getting worse, so let's look at 10 diseases it might harm your health.

1.) Respiratory disease There are many small arteries in the nasal cavity. These blood vessels It acts as a cool or dry conditioner from the outside. Provide warmth and moisture fit the body. But in relatively cool weather especially at temperatures below 25 ° C, cells such as the nasopharyngeal mucosa cells dry out more causing no mucus to protect the cells from germs and when combined with being in an enclosed space and there is no air flow like an airy room might cause respiratory system disorders such as a cold, stuffy nose, runny nose, stinging nose, or respiratory tract inflammation.

2.) Infectious Diseases (Bacteria, Virus, Fungi deseases) such as tuberculosis, chickenpox, asthma, pneumonia, or rubella. The cause of diseases is from the air that has passed through the air conditioners. In air conditioner often carry pathogens bacteria, viruses and fungi accumulate in large numbers. When we turned on the air we need to closed the windows and doors and thate will keep the air from being ventilated various pathogens hidden in these cool air conditioners, there are many opportunities that will make us fall ill.

3.) Allergy Most of air conditioners that are not cleaned regularly are common causes of germs and also will collection a huge of dust inside that will make the symptoms getting worst so easily. Cleaning the air conditioner and changing the air filter in the air conditioner regularly or at least every 3-6 months, so it is very important for this matter.

4.) Dermatitis If the air conditioner is turned on and it gets smelling musty it means that your air conditioner has a lot of germs,it may be a catalyst for symptoms of skin rash patients. Dermatitis and rash are easily aggravated. Besides cleaning the air conditioner regularly It should not be too cool to air. Apply the cream to maintain skin moisture to help reduce air, skin rashes as well.

5.) Legionnaires’ Disease is a form of atypical pneumonia caused by any species of Legionella bacteria. It is found in large air conditioners with cooling towers, such as in shopping malls and buildings. Or in industrial plants often lurks with impure air in a room with high humidity.

6.) Sick Building Syndrome is a name for a condition that's thought to be caused by being in a building or other type of enclosed space. It's attributed to poor indoor air quality.

7.) Pontiac fever is a mild flu-like illness caused by legionella bacteria.

8.) Sepsis Do you know that the air in the air condition room might have more pollution than the outside! Because the air conditioner will circulate the air in the room to become cool air again and again, that means there will be no ventilation at all. And makes the risk of infection that circulates in the room. Those who stay in the air-conditioned room more likely to develop infections than people who are frequently stay outdoors. Especially, people who have low immunity or are already weak.

9.)Dry skin Air conditioning systems tend to remove the moisture in indoor environments indiscriminately. This implies they also pull moisture from your skin. That makes your skin's outer layers very dry. Eventually, the inner layers are affected, making your skin feel stretchy, flaky, and itchy.

10.) Obesity Comfortable temperatures is one of the top factors that may cause obesity.! Research says that if you spend long hours in an air-conditioned room, your body temperature will drop. For every 1°C drop in your temperature, your metabolism will slow down by 12%! This may in turn affect your digestion and fat-burning, causing you to suffer from constipation, accumulate stubborn fats and put on weight! When we are cold, our appetite for high-calorie, high-carbohydrate foods increase as these dishes make us feel warm and cozy. This not only wreck our weight loss diet plan, it also causes us to pack on extra unwanted calories (even though we aren’t hungry at all) and thus translating into weight gain.