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Since I recently moved to a much warmer and more humid climate than I'm used to (from Scotland to Hong Kong) I've recently been using Air Conditioning in my apartment for the first ever time (there's basically no need in the UK) and I'm finding that every morning when I wake up I'm getting progressively more and more tired.
What I'm wondering is if the air conditioning is just recirculating the stale air in my apartment... Resulting in some sort of lack of oxygen when I'm sleeping? I haven't been opening the windows very often as I'm a bit concerned about bugs getting in.
The unit I'm using is basically a large square unit in the middle of my living room ceiling (not one of the ones positioned at a window) so I'm wondering if these units do actually vent out to the outside?
Cheers, it's just a bit concerning as I've generally been sleeping for 8.5 hours each night (12-8.30) and I shouldn't really be this tired. Is there any plausability in the claims I've heard that your body runs on 3 hour (cycles) and so you should try sleeping in hours of multiples of 3?