Excessive or incorrect use of air conditioners can aggravate diseases such as arthritis and neuritis.
Research has shown that those who work for long periods of time in air-conditioned areas and are often subject to temperature fluctuations are more vulnerable to colds than those who work outdoors.
Frequent temperature changes, especially when the body is moving from a warm environment to an air-conditioned space, increase stress.
People who stay in a cold environment for a long time find it difficult to adapt to high temperatures and when they are forced to be exposed to them they face problems.
Air conditioners and poor air conditioning in closed buildings cause damage to the nasal epithelium and make it difficult to breathe, while significantly destroying the normal filter mechanism of the nasal breath.