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How Does Air Conditioning Improve Your Health?
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April

By jsg / in /

How Does Air Conditioning Improve Your Health?

Everyone wants a Bay Area house that is safe and healthy. Installing an air conditioner is a great way of ensuring healthy indoor air quality. These are a few ways your air conditioner may be adding to your health:

1. Reducing High Humidity

An important health benefit of AC is that it reduces the humidity in a space. You can reduce mold, mites, dust, dehydration, and heatstroke by reducing humidity in your house. There may be other ways of staying cool, but air conditioners are the best way of reducing high humidity.

2. Reducing Asthma Attacks

People with asthma want their home to be a safe haven. Air conditioners can reduce the likelihood of asthma attacks. They filter dirty air that contains pollutants, dust mites, mold, and allergens. These symptoms can increase asthma attacks.

Don’t forget to replace your air filters. You may cause dust and dirt to cycle through the air conditioner and back into your house if you neglect changing or cleaning the air filters. It is recommended that you change the air filters every 30 – 60 days.

3. Improved Air Quality

Installing an air conditioner will help you and your family breathe easy. Indoor air can quickly become a hazard to your health because of dust and bacteria as a result of overheating and improper ventilation. You may develop colds, cough, fatigue, and headaches.

4. Reduce the Risk of Heat Stroke and Dehydration

California summers are notorious for heat waves. Excessive sweating can result in dehydration. You may experience heat strokes while staying indoors. These illnesses can be avoided by installing an air conditioner.

5. Stop Parasites and Insects

Every homeowner wants to put an end to ant invasions, mosquito attacks, and house flies. Your air conditioning unit can play a major role in reducing the number of parasites and insects in your house. This is how:

  • Insects desire a warm climate and don’t thrive when indoor temperatures are set to cool

  • Mosquitoes enjoy warm body temperatures

  • Air conditioners create a dry atmosphere that doesn’t allow insects to thrive

6. Reduce Work Stress

The last thing you require while working is added stress from a hot day. You may become stressed or unfocused because of high temperature in a room. You don’t want to come home to a hot house after a long and hard day at work. This can add to the overall stress of the day causing irritability and other negative effects.

7. Night Sweats

There is nothing worse than a hot sweaty sleep. When you spend the night tossing and turning, or flipping the pillow, you are not allowing your body to get a good night’s rest. Lack of sleep has been linked to mood swings, depression, anger, and other psychological and physiological conditions. You may end up waking grumpy and tired. Air conditioners allow for comfortable and restful sleep.

8. Dirty Fumes and Odors

Air conditioning regulates the indoor air. You won’t have to worry about fumes or odors from expired milk and cleaning chemicals among other things. You can destroy any chemicals or smells that may affect your health by cycling out smelly air.

9. Mold Growth

Your room may become wet and damp without air conditioning. This makes the house susceptible to mold. Air conditioners can preserve drier atmosphere and thwart any trace of mold.


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