Air conditioning should not be costly in tepid as well as humid states

Air conditioning should not be costly in tepid as well as humid states

I firmly recognize that if someone lives in a tepid as well as humid state such as one in the southeastern region of the country, that air conditioning should not be as costly as it is.

In several cases, air conditioning can save lives.

Some people do not have access to air conditioning due to their financial situations, so they end up suffering consequences of heat stroke or heat exhaustion. I feel legitimately fortunate that I am able to afford my air conditioning, however even though I have the financial capability to pay my electric bill, there are times that I still feel it is too costly. However, there are individuals that do not run their air conditioning at all because they know they would not be able to pay their electric bill on time or at all. I feel that air conditioning can prevent health conditions as well as even death. In that case, it shoud cost way less than it does. In some cases, it is easier for people to live without heat than without air conditioning. If someone has enough blankets, a fireplace, as well as access to tepid water, it can be helpful in preventing cold related illnesses. However, it is not always that easy to cool down. It is possible that someone can use ice packs, stick their head in the freezer, or take a cold shower but that is not a sustainable way to upgrade air conditioning. One way someone can save money on air conditioning is by purchasing a portable a/c. This is absolutely not as cold as central air conditioning, but in life or death situations this may be helpful when someone cannot afford air conditioning.

 

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