字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 In today's video, you will find out why sleeping with your fan on isn't good for you! Do you know anyone who can only sleep when their fan is on? Some people just can't sleep without a fan. In most cases, it is because of the heat, but that's not always the case. Some people like to listen to the noises of the fan, while others find it pleasing to have a constant breeze blowing on their skin. Although it doesn't offer any toxicological risks, sleeping with your fan on may bring some health issues. Besides drying your mouth and airways, intensifying your allergies and causing muscle cramps, your fan might also be the cause of heart attacks, blood circulation issues, and brain issues, like Alzheimer's, memory loss, or facial palsy. It may even cause inflammation in the body like hemorrhoids, varicose veins, leg cramps, and joint inflammations. It is common to hear someone saying they went to sleep feeling good, just to wake up sore all over the body. The reason for that could be the fan on all night. Did you know? Wind reduces temperature and oxygen in the body, which causes inflammation. Inflammation is a defense mechanism of our body. When we feel cold, bacteria start proliferating, and the body swells to defend itself, which causes inflammation that harms blood circulation. Pain, especially in the neck, comes from the rigidity of the levator scapulae muscle, caused by excessive and direct cold. A cold wind directly on the neck may cause a big discomfort the next day. Besides the neck, other parts of the body, like the legs, also suffer from it. People with arthritis, arthrosis, gout, and other joint issues suffer a lot after sleeping with their fans on all night long. Generally speaking, all the muscles of the body are susceptible to tension in cold environments. Enjoying the video? Then give it a like and share it with your friends to help the channel! But how to sleep well on the hot nights of summer? The best thing is to avoid direct wind on your body. If you have a ceiling fan, you can use the exhaust option. If you can't avoid the wind over your body, the best solution is to cover yourself. Also, if you use an air conditioner, your room should not be too hot, nor too cold. The ideal temperature for good sleep is between 60F and 75F. The humidity of your room should stay between 40 to 60% to make sure that your body will function correctly. If you sleep with your fan on because you like the noise, you should know that some less invasive alternatives can help you: search for white noise. That will help you relax and fall asleep. If you suffer from that or know anyone who suffers from these health issues, share this video with them to disseminate wellness!