By now you probably know that the world of air conditioning has been rocked by the deaths of two Americans: one in Las Vegas and another in New York City.
Both were in their 30s and were found dead in their homes.
The timing of the deaths has raised questions about air conditioning’s safety and efficacy.
But how does air conditioning affect our brains?
This post examines whether air conditioning actually has any impact on brain function.
How is air conditioning made?
When air conditioning is made, there is a chemical called air and it is used to create a barrier between the air and the air conditioning unit.
It is created in a process called electrochemical reaction.
An electrochemical reactions process is basically an electrical charge is placed on a surface and the surface is charged with an electrical current.
When you apply an electric current to the surface, you create an electrical potential.
In a vacuum, this potential is much lower than when air is pumped in.
This makes it much more difficult for the electrical charge to be carried by air molecules.
To make air, there are two primary ways to create air.
Air can be created through an electrolytic process.
Electrochemical reaction (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)A liquid electrolyte is a type of chemical reaction that involves a liquid that is added to a solution.
Water is used as a carrier for the electrolyte.
Liquid electrolytes are commonly used to make water electrolytes, but there are many other ways that liquids can be used to produce air.
The electrolyte solution is placed in a chamber where it is heated to about 150 degrees Celsius and the solution is then removed by steam.
Hydrogen ions are added to the solution to create oxygen and then the oxygen is released.
(Image: Wikimedia commons) An electric charge is also added to air.
Electromechanical equipment (EME) machines are used to combine a large amount of air with a small amount of water to produce an air conditioning solution.
(Image: Wikipedia Commons)Electrostatic electricity is a form of electricity that comes from a large source.
Electricity from a static source (such as a spark plug) is considered non-existent and does not contribute to an air conditioner’s air flow.
“Non-electrostatic” is an important distinction because it means that an electrical discharge can’t be created by the charging of an air source, which is what happens with a water electrolyte when the electrolyzer is in use.
A fluid electrolyte used to form an air conditioned solution is called an electrostatic electrolyte (ESE).
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How do air conditioning and air travel affect our brain?
A brain is an electrical circuit that is responsible for controlling the movement of our body.
There are two main parts of the brain, the primary sensory and motor cortex and the supplementary motor area.
Most of the functions of the secondary sensory and secondary motor cortex are controlled by the supplementary areas of the frontal and temporal lobes.
These areas of our brain are responsible for processing information, processing emotions, and controlling our breathing and posture.
How does air conditioners work?
Most air conditioning units use either carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) or nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) as the primary refrigerant.
CO 2 is a gas and NO 2 is an oxygen.
NO 2 is also used to refrigerate air at a higher temperature than CO 2 .
Carbon dioxide is an essential component of air condition systems and it’s a byproduct of fossil fuel combustion.
Carbonyl compounds are the chemical compounds used to manufacture air conditionings.
Nitrogen dioxide is a greenhouse gas and it makes up 95 percent of the oxygen in the atmosphere.
According to the American Association of Occupational Therapists (AATO), air conditioning causes a decrease in blood pressure, blood sugar, and other health issues.
So what does airconditioning do?
If you live in a cold climate and want to reduce your risk of colds and flu, the air condition is not the answer.
While CO 2 and NO2 are important components of air conditioned systems, it is important to remember that there are other refrigerants that can work well.
As an example, carbon dioxide is considered the “neutral” refrigerant and it has been shown to reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and heart attacks in the elderly.
Additionally, it helps to keep the air in your home cooler, which in turn can help to lower the risk for heat stroke.
You can find more information on refrigerants and air conditioning on the AATO website.