Are you cranking the air con onto high, and setting the temperature to a chilly 18 degrees?
Did you know there is another setting that you could be using... And it could even SAVE YOU MONEY!!
Air Conditioners have a cool setting, a heat setting... And a DRY setting!
That dry setting is an efficient way to cool down in high humidity.
During Dry Mode, the a/c fan is slowed, so more water is trapped on the evaporator fins- so more water gets drained from the room.
Low humidity = more comfortable!
Once the air con has been running for long enough to lower the humidity, switch it back to Cool mode, and set the temp to 25 degrees.... You will be more than comfortable!