Yes, it is warmer in my unheated house than in my aircooled office...
This morning I put my fleece on by 9.30am. 10.30-11.00am is when my blood sugar begins to drop and I always get cold, but this was worse than that. Lunch is at 12 noon so that explains that. But sitting there shivering in a downdraught of freezing air from one of the vents half an hour after I had just come in? PER-lease...
There is a vent in a side wall above my head which is pumping out cold air in a jet stream. There is another in the ceiling outside the door which may as well be a spotlight, so directional is the stream of cold air it blows.
My poor colleagues ( melody23 will sympathise) are clinically required to be 'bare below the elbow' (wearing short sleeves when patient-facing all year round), so to them, my office is worse than the inside of a glacier . In fact, I have a suspicion that the inside of a glacier might actually be warmer.
I hear that the wards are warmer , but we need aircon because the machines get hot and will overheat if not cooled. The machines are fine. The rooms are warmer than my office, already. I'm not a machine. I'm a human being with a high tolerance to hypothermia. Why am I sitting in my office in two long sleeved items shivering??
(As an afterthought, I am now sat at home in my unheated house and my fingers are warmer than they were in the office two hours ago.)
Image Credit » http://pixabay.com/en/icicle-ice-cold-frost-frosty-93727/ by Hans at Pixabay, Public Domain under CC0 Licence