Summers leave you with a hard choice – to either spend a lot of money covering your electricity bill thanks to high unit air conditioners, or to sweat your way through work and lie tossing and turning in bed at night. It’s worse when you want to stay cool and relax indoors, but can’t because of the heat. More than that, high temperatures can be bad for your health too, leading to fatigue, rashes, and in severe cases, heat strokes.
Winters, on the other hand, are a time to cozy up indoors with something warm to drink or eat. As great as that sounds, winters can cause a lot of dryness in the atmosphere because of low humidity. This low humidity more often than not makes your skin dry and itchy. It can also affect wooden furniture and any books, papers, and artwork.