The Influence Of Air Conditioning

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Mark Jardine
June 20, 2024
Heating & Cooling
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Air conditioning influences us in a variety of ways. It provides cool air for us on a hot, humid summer day. Summers without air conditioning have been excruciating in recent years! And as the years pass, it becomes increasingly difficult to sleep peacefully at night without turning on the A/C.
If you’re wondering just how much air conditioning has influenced us throughout the years, well, Home Alliance is here to lend a hand! Here’s how air conditioning influences us, negatively and positively!


Nothing feels more refreshing than entering an air conditioned room on a summer day. Turning the A/C on is one of the best ways to get rid of humidity in your room or home, giving a more cool and fresh feeling to that area.

Reduced Asthma Attacks

Other than reducing humidity, turning the A/C on reduces the symptoms of asthma attacks. Asthma attacks may potentially be caused by pollen and other outdoor allergens, in addition to indoor allergens such as dust.

More Sleep

It is actually way easier to sleep in cool bedrooms than in warm ones. It is a well-known tip among ways to fall asleep better and faster! Keeping your bedroom cool can also make you sleep more peacefully than before. And really, who doesn’t want a deep, well-rested slumber?

Improves Productivity

Working in a hot and uncomfortable room is just not it! That’s why most companies invest in air conditioners to improve productivity and to keep their employees cool and refreshed throughout their shifts. In addition, there are fewer distractions from noises as the windows and doors are often closed.


As much as there are benefits in investing in an air conditioner, let’s face the fact that the A/C is a significant contributor to climate change. They require a lot of energy to properly work. The majority of air conditioners are powered by electricity and use a refrigerant, which emits gaseous emissions that contribute to global warming and ozone layer depletion.