Surprise.. Cold air conditioning reduces the growth of a very dangerous disease

A study conducted in Sweden revealed that turning on cold air conditioning in the room reduces the growth of cancerous tumors.

The study, conducted by a team of researchers at the Karolinska Scientific Institute in Sweden and published in the journal Nature, showed that cold weather stimulates the production of brown fat in the body, which consumes the sugars that tumors feed on for growth.

"We found that brown adipose tissue competes to pull glucose from tumors, thereby reducing cancer growth in lab mice," said researcher Yihai Kao, a researcher in the Department of Oncology and Microbiology at Karolinska Institutet.

"The results of the experiment indicate that exposure to cold may be a promising approach to treating cancer, despite the need to validate this study through larger scientific trials," he added, in statements reported by the Medical Express website for medical research.

The experiment proved that living mice at a temperature of four degrees Celsius significantly reduced the growth of their cancerous tumors, and increased their average lifespan by nearly double compared to mice that were lived at a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius.

"Interestingly, high-sugar beverages seem to counteract the effect of hypothermia on cancerous tumors, suggesting that limiting the amount of glucose entering the body may be one of the most important means of cancer control," researcher Yihai Cao said.

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