Sources of Positive and Negative Ions
Do you know the feeling of lying on a beach all day and then feeling exhausted? If you ever asked yourself how doing nothing all day can get you so tired, we have the answer: in nature, positive ions come from the sun’s UV rays and positive ions drain our energy. Also in our daily life, we also absorb harmful positive ions from computers, cell phones, fluorescent lights, and machinery.
On the other hand, think about how great the air feels just after a thunderstorm or when you’re standing next to a waterfall? That smell, that feeling are the effects of negative ions that fill the atmosphere. We notice and enjoy them! Negative ions are thought to have a positive effect on our psyche, our sense of well-being… and perhaps even our sense of happiness. Negative ions manifest from nature… rain, trees, grasses, and minerals all contain helpful negative ion properties.