1.Dry Eyes

As the temperature decreases, it reduces the Meibomian gland’s ability to secrete oils that keep the tears from evaporating too quickly.

Does AC increase dryness?

Air conditioning does not “dry” because it reduces the amount of water in the air. It occurs because the humidity (relative humidity) decreases as the room temperature increases.


Does AC make you lethargic?

If you work in an air-conditioned building with poor ventilation, it can raise your risk of “sick building syndrome.” Symptoms include headaches, dry cough, dizziness and nausea, trouble concentrating, fatigue, and sensitivity to odors.


Does AC dehydrate your body?

Air conditioners suck moisture out of a room to bring down the humidity and cool it off. This can pull water from your skin, drying it — and you — out.

Air Conditioning Causes Dehydration

Another effect of the air conditioning’s ability to suck humidity out of a room is that it can leave you feeling too cold to feel thirsty. If we forget to drink, we become dehydrated and there is a direct correspondence between air conditioning rooms and dehydration levels.

4.Dry  & Itchy Skin

Air conditioners make your skin so dry that it ends up becoming itchy and flaky. In some cases, the skin becomes red, develops rashes, and starts peeling off. If you are already suffering from eczema, rosacea or psoriasis, your condition may worsen, as air conditioning upsets the moisture balance of your skin.


Does AC air cause headaches?

Air conditioners can cause headaches due to dehydration, cold temperatures, noise, airborne illnesses, allergens, and chemicals. This article examines air conditioning headaches, treatments, prevention, and more.

6.Respiratory Issues

Air conditioning impact on respiratory health

In healthy individuals, exposure to air conditioners with very cold air can cause alterations in the respiratory airways that, in the context of pre-existing conditions such as asthma, can increase the risk of developing a respiratory illness.

7.Allergies and Asthama

One of the most notorious asthma triggers is mould. Mould in your air conditioner is perhaps the most harmful because not only does it cause allergies and asthma, in some cases, it could even lead to pneumonia and severe infections

Is AC bad for allergies?

How Air Conditioning Affects Allergies. Air conditioning (AC) can, in fact, make your allergies, asthma, and other respiratory troubles worse. They do this in a couple of ways. First, they circulate air through ductwork which often contains dust and other contaminants which contribute to poor air quality.

8.Noise Pollution

it causes irritating sound which is cased due to low maintenance

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