The Health Effects of Air Conditioning
Posted: Sep 26 2016
Air Conditioning can be used to provide a clean, safe, hypoallergenic atmosphere in hospital operating rooms and other environment's where proper atmosphere is critical to patient safety and well being.
Air Conditioning system's can make the lives of allergy sufferers a little easier. Hayfever can be an issue for many people for a large portion of the year. An air conditioning system reduces the effects of airborne pollens from trees, grasses and weeds . They work by filtering the air in the room, purifying it and alleviating the symptoms of hayfever. Additionally many air conditioning systems are also available with a built in dehumidifier which can be run at the same time as the air conditioning if you feel the air is too humid. By lowering the humidity this in turn decreases the growth of dust mites and mould.
Constant repetitive stress on your body doesn't do your immune system much good either. Over long periods the result is wearing down your resistance to these nuisance conditions , making you more vulnerable to infections. Long term air conditioning , on the other hand, also reduces stresses over a period of time, allowing full recovery and ending the repetitive cycle of conditions. Simply installing a reliable air conditioning system can make all the difference. You'll notice the improvement instantly!
During the summer heat may cause fatigue and/or stress and that will pose negativity on both intellect and physical activity. In these hard to work days the air conditioning
- provides a cool at ease environment to work and thus, the performance is boosted.
- gives a person a nice sleeping environment which will help to cut down sleepness related problems and prevent fatigue.
So, if you were in two minds in whether to invest in a unit I hope this has helped in someway to help you decide. If you would like any advice on what size and type of unit would benefit your needs please do not hesitate to get in touch!