9 Adverse Effects of Air Conditioners on Health

24/MAY / 2024

Dry Eyes 

Air conditioners that remove excessive moisture from the air can lead to dry air, causing irritation to the eyes.

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Extended use of air conditioning can create  overly dry air, contributing  to dehydration.

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Dry or Itchy Skin 

Continuous exposure to air conditioning followed by sun exposure may result in dry  or itchy skin.

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The noise emitted by air conditioners coupled with dehydration can trigger severe headaches.

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Breathing Problems 

Stale air circulation within enclosed air-conditioned spaces may lead to various respiratory issues.

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Allergies and Asthma 

Individuals with existing allergies or asthma may experience exacerbated symptoms due to air conditioning.

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Indoor Pollutants and Infectious Diseases 

Inadequate ventilation in air-conditioned environments can facilitate the spread of pollutants and contaminants, increasing the risk of illnesses.

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Prolonged exposure to stale air without fresh ventilation can induce feelings of exhaustion and lethargy.

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Noise Pollution 

Older window air conditioners can produce significant noise levels, contributing to noise pollution.

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