Even construction workers avoid being in the sun during the hottest part of the day, so they begin work early and end it before it gets too hot
So, apparently, air conditioners can lead to back pain. Yes, you read that correctly. Based on studies done by experts, someone who uses an air conditioner more than average can develop backache. Of course, having bad posture and sitting for too long also plays a part in this finding. But based on the conclusion of the research, the air conditioner is to blame as well. During the hottest part of the year, most people tend to avoid the sun and stay indoors in their air conditioning. And because of this, many of us don’t receive the Vitamin-D from the sun that we need. Therefore, lower levels of Vitamin-D can lead to more back pain. And although I am no scientist, I understand the logic behind the lack of vitamins. But I don’t believe linking the use of air conditioners to back pain completely makes sense. With or without air conditioning, most people I know avoid being out in the sun for too long. Not to mention that many people work corporate jobs, so getting enough sun during the day is not something that is possible. And yes, most companies do have air conditioners, but even if they didn’t, people wouldn’t be working outside in the sun. Well, in my head, I don’t believe that to be true, not with the sun as hot as it is now. Even construction workers avoid being in the sun during the hottest part of the day, so they begin work early and end it before it gets too hot. Anyway, if the use of air conditioners is the cause of back pain, I will take painkillers and Vitamin-D supplements while basking in my air conditioning.