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comfort zone Range of atmospheric temperature and humidity characteristics within which the human body feels and works comfortably and efficiently. The typical zone is delimited by a temperature range of 19–24°C. Beyond the limits corrective adaptations are necessary to produce bodily comfort.

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comfort zone

comfort zone The range of atmospheric temperature and humidity within which the human body feels and works comfortably and efficiently, typically 19–24°C. Beyond these limits corrective adaptations are necessary to produce bodily comfort.

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