Sleep with air conditioning to improve the appearance of insects, control sweating and increase the quality of sleep.
- Use the sleep or night mode of your computer. The majority of current air conditioning systems have several modes or programs designed to efficiently use air conditioning. The night program is specially designed to be used at night, minimizing consumption.
- Program the thermostat at the proper temperature. If your device does not have the sleep function, program the temperature to 24 or 25 degrees. The average temperature during the night is noticeably lower than during the day. In addition, when we sleep, the temperature of our body also low so we can regulate the thermostat with a few degrees more.
- Avoid the source of air conditioning directly, especially in areas such as neck or back. This way you will avoid the health problems that we have mentioned previously.
- Clean the filters. If the equipment is not maintained properly, it can “contaminate” the air in the room.
As we see using the air conditioner to sleep is not as harmful as we could think. The key is to make a rational use of our equipment and use it when necessary. We should never have the air flow pointing directly at night.