Saving energy with less AC use

Once I got all the extra insulating fat off my stomach, I was releasing a lot of extra heat

It makes me sad when people don’t live a healthy lifestyle. I work with a lot of folks who don’t take good care of themselves and make life pretty difficult as a result. They tend to look at health and fitness as obstacles and unwanted obligations. They see eating healthy foods as an unfortunate compromise. They think that exercise is always stressful and miserable. They also think that it’s expensive to start making major changes. I have to tell you, they are off base in every regard. Last year, my doctor told me I needed to lose some weight so I changed my lifestyle to a healthier way of living. I can tell you, the benefits of this transformation are never ending. Life is much easier and it’s also much less expensive. Most recently, I realized that my weight loss has even impacted my monthly energy usage. I had received several energy bills this year and been shocked by how low my energy expenditure was. At first, I couldn’t figure out what was different in my heating and cooling system. I’ve always maintained my furnace and air conditioner with professional HVAC service appointments. I hadn’t updated any of my air temperature control equipment. So there was no reason for my energy usage to be different than before. That’s when I stopped and thought about my own internal temperature control. I realized that after I lost weight, my internal core temperature was far lower then previously. Once I got all the extra insulating fat off my stomach, I was releasing a lot of extra heat. I simply didn’t need to run the cooling system as often or as intensively as before. Maybe I can convince my co-workers to get healthier if they can lower their AC usage.

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