So, apparently, a/cs can lead to back pain, however yes, you learn that officially.

  • Based on studies done by experts, someone who uses an a/c more than average can develop backache, and of course, having bad posture & sitting for too long also plays a part in this finding.

But based on the conclusion of the research, the a/c is to blame as well. During the hottest part of the year, most people tend to avoid the sunshine & stay indoors in their a/c. And because of this, multiple of us don’t receive the Vitamin-D from the sunshine that my associate and I need, but therefore, lower levels of Vitamin-D can lead to more back pain. And even though I am no scientist, I understand the logic behind the lack of vitamins. But I don’t think attaching the use of a/cs to back pain completely makes sense, and with or without a/c, most people I know avoid being out in the sunshine for too long. Not to mention that multiple people toil corporate jobs, so getting enough sunshine while in the day is not something that is possible. And yeah, most companies do have a/cs, but even if they didn’t, people wouldn’t be laboring outside in the sun. Well, in my head, I don’t think that to be true, not with the sunshine as hot as it is now, even construction workers avoid being in the sunshine while in the hottest part of the day, so they begin toil early & end it before it gets too hot. Anyway, if the use of a/cs is the cause of back pain, I will take painkillers & Vitamin-D supplements while basking in my a/c.
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By Steve