Is Your Air Conditioner Making You Fat?

You may rely on your A/C to keep you cool but the reality is that it could be making you fat if you’ve been using your air conditioner incorrectly.

In this article, we will explain how your air conditioner could be contributing to weight gain and what you can do to stop it.

Yes, Your Air Conditioner Could Be Making You Fat…

Just about everyone these days uses an air conditioner at work, school, home or in their vehicle because they rely on air conditioners to keep them cool and filter the air.

This is especially true during the summer months when temperatures across Southern California can reach the 90’s any day of the week.

Sadly, what most people don’t commonly know about their air conditioner use is that by keeping their home, office, car or other indoor environment set at a temperature that’s “too cool”, they are depriving their body of the chance to burn calories that it would burn as it cooled itself down naturally.

What’s the Solution to The Problem?

If you’re concerned that your air conditioner could be making you fat, one of the best solutions that we can offer you is to start using your air conditioner more responsibly.

For example: Instead of setting the thermostat in your home or office at 68 during the day, try setting it at 78 instead.

Doing this will give your body the chance to cool itself naturally and it will also save you money as well because you’re going to be spending less money on energy costs.

Besides setting your thermostat higher, you should also vary the temperature in your office, car, or home during the day so that your body has the chance to adjust to those different temperatures and burn calories as it cools itself down naturally.

Besides the tips in this article, you should also focus on drinking plenty of water on days that you’re using air conditioning because this will keep your body flushed and help you to avoid dehydration.  

Get Your Air Conditioner Serviced Here

Does your air conditioner need to be serviced or replaced? Contact Air Care Heating & Air Conditioning today by calling us at (949) 482-2911 or click here to connect with us online.

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