Negative and Positive Ions: How They Impact Human Health Part 1

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“That taste in the air and feeling you get at the beach, near a waterfall or after a storm is your body being saturated in the benefits of negative ions.”

What a feeling! This feeling is needed right now when people are sheltered in place and scared. People need to feel good. Negative ions can make that happen.

When negative ions are present in a high enough concentration, they purify the air around them from mold spores, pet dander, odors, cigarette smoke, bacteria, viruses, dust, and other hazardous particles that are in the air.

Once negative ions attach themselves to the harmful particles, they drop removing them from the air and preventing them from causing respiratory issues.

People who live in busy towns or cities only experience a tenth of the negative ions found in country environments. On top of that, people have surrounded themselves with air conditioners and electronic technology that creates positive ions.

Adverse Effects of Positive Ions

Positive ions in the air are generally carbon dioxide molecules that have lost an electron. In excess, positive ions can have an adverse effect on the body, such as the lungs and respiratory tract, even the immune system. The reason positive ions are so harmful is that they are so small they absorb into the bloodstream through the air people breathe.

Positive ions can contribute to feelings of tiredness, lack of energy, anxiety, tension, and irritability. They have even been a proven contributor to asthma, allergies, migraines, and depression.

In nature, positive ions are formed by dust, strong winds, humidity, and pollution. Additionally, positive ions are at their highest levels before an electrical storm.

Anyone who has ever walked along a busy street or inside a laundromat has experienced the tiring effect of a highly positively charged environment.

Air conditioning, cell phones, fluorescent lights, electrical equipment, and computer equipment are all strong positive ion generators.

By Jeanette Vietti

Sources:

Negative Ionizers: What are Negative & Positive Ions & How are they Formed?
Negative Ionizers: Negative Ion Benefits for Your Health
Life Ionizers: What is ionized water?

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