With the arrival of Summer the use of air conditioning becomes practically mandatory. However, exposure for hours to air conditioning can bring some health problems.
The cold air dries the nasal mucosa a lot, damaging its functions of filtering, warming and humidifying the inspired air. As a result, some patients, especially those with rhinitis, begin to have nasal dryness, cough and rhinitis symptoms.
When using the air conditioner, make sure the air filter is clean.
Put an air humidifier in the room and wash your nose thoroughly with saline, as this will reduce your nasal dryness.