People who work and study in an air-conditioned environment for a long time will experience nasal congestion, dizziness, sneezing, tinnitus, fatigue due to the relatively closed space and lack of air circulation, which makes pathogenic microorganisms easy to breed, and the temperature difference between indoor and outdoor is large. , memory loss, muscle and joint pain in the limbs, and other symptoms, there are often some symptoms of skin allergies, such as tight and dry skin, easy allergies, skin deterioration, and so on. This kind of phenomenon is called "air conditioning syndrome" or "air conditioning disease" in modern medicine.
How to prevent:
1. Adjust the indoor and outdoor temperature
The indoor temperature should be kept at about 25°C, and the temperature difference between indoors and outdoor should not exceed 7°C.
2. Keep the indoor air fresh
Air circulation is not very good due to few windows for natural ventilation. It is best to turn off the air conditioner after 1 to 3 hours and make more use of natural wind to reduce the indoor temperature.
3. Strengthen the maintenance of air conditioners
Air conditioners and other electrical appliances themselves are also sources of pollution. There are at least 10,000 mites blown out by unclean air conditioners. Therefore, it is best to configure an air purifier in an air-conditioned room to improve indoor air quality.