NHK WORLD-JAPAN Advises Setting AC to 28℃ for Effective Heatstroke Prevention Indoors

In a recent video by NHK WORLD-JAPAN, viewers are advised on how to prevent heatstroke during hot and humid conditions indoors. The video emphasizes the importance of using air conditioning responsibly to save energy while maintaining safety. It recommends setting air conditioners to 28℃ and using fans to circulate air for comfort while cautioning against overcooling rooms to temperatures of 24℃ or lower, which can be harsh on the body.

  • Indoor heatstroke can occur in hot and humid conditions.
  • People may get heatstroke from trying to save energy by not using air conditioning.
  • To prevent heatstroke and save energy, set air conditioners to 28℃.
  • Use a fan to circulate air and increase comfort levels in the room.
  • Avoid sudden exposure to temperatures of 24℃ or colder, as it is hard on the body.
  • Careful use of air conditioning can safeguard against heatstroke.

NHK WORLD-JAPAN is “the international service of Japan’s public media organization NHK.” NHK World-Japan is operated by Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK). The goal of NHK World-Japan is stated as “to promote a deeper international understanding of Japan, introducing the latest events in Japan through news and other programs.”

“Overall, we rate NHK World-Japan Left-Center biased based on story selection that slightly favors the left. We also rate them High for factual reporting due to a clean fact check record.”

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