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Is It Possible To Be Allergic To Air Conditioning
Ever since I started living in air conditioning, my skin has become dry and now it's getting oily and my face is breaking out. Help?
Moisturizer: The way AC works is to remove humidity from the air. Naturally, this leads to dry skin and increased oil production. Apply a moisturizer to your face twice a day to help reduce these symptoms. If they don't improve, see your doctor, as a prescription may be required. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My baby is 7 weeks old and when i go into an air conditioning stoor she would start fussing up, why is that and what can I do to help?
If its the A/C: If its the sudden change in air temperature, it may be startling her. Covering her more when you enter the store may help. ...Read more
What could be causing to feel like i'm burning up, I have the air conditioning all the way down and i feel like i'm on fire, why, how, help?
Call HVAC: Sounds like a question for a hvac expert. I would ask a company that services air conditioners. ...Read more
Warm: Certain foods can cause increased body heat but no rise in body temperature. Medications can also cause increased body heath. ...Read more
My friend is convinced that air conditioning is bad for one's health. Is air conditioning bad for you?
TCM: I have a little bit of a different perspective on the issue of air conditioning than my respected colleague dr. Bansal. And just so you know, i love air conditioning. However from a traditional chinese medicine standpoint it can be a form of "pernicious winds". Here is an article on the issue: http://www.Traditionalqi.Com/2011/02/07/avoiding-air-conditioning-sickness/. I also ask my acupuncture >. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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