Negative Ionizers May Help Banish a Case of the Blahs

Do you have a history of coming down with frequent episodes of the seasonal blahs? If so, you might want to contemplate investing in negative ionizers. Negative ionizers, as you might have assumed, are designed to generate negative ions. Naturally found in the earth’s atmosphere, they are capable of performing many beneficial tasks. For example, studies have shown that they may help to banish the blues in some individuals.

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Learned researchers have actually been making such claims about negative ions for several years now. One of the early studies released on the topic appeared in a January 1995 issue of the Journal for Alternative Complementary Medicine. Others appeared in a 1998 issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry, a February 2006 issue of Monitor on Psychology and an August 2012 issue of Psychological Medicine. Essentially, they all indicate that the negative ions produced by negative ionizers can have a surprisingly positive impact on a person’s overall mood.

As such, people that suffer from various mood disorders are increasingly starting to incorporate the machines into their at home treatment routines. In addition, there are even institutions like the Oregon State University that are adding negative ionizers to their list of student services.

With all of that said, you may want to talk to your family psychologist or physician to see if negative ionizers may be appropriate for your particular situation. If your personal doctor agrees, our team of ozone experts can help you select the right negative ionizer for your needs.

For more information about negative ionizers, please contact us at (866) 676-9663. All of our products are manufactured in the United State of America and come with a 30 day, money back guarantee.

What is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): Negative Ions Can Help

NewAire Plug-In Negative Ionizer can help alleviate Seasonal Affective Disorder

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When the warm summer months turn into cold, dreary and gray days, it can be downright depressing.  Lack of sunlight can make you react adversely to the decreasing amounts of sunlight and colder temperatures as the fall and winter progresses.  No, you're
not going crazy.  There's an actual name for that.  It's called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and it can really put a damper on your overall well-being.  The incidence of seasonal affective disorder increases in people who are living farther away from the equator.  People of all ages can develop this disorder.

If you're experiencing this, then most likely you're feeling some or all of these symptoms:  fatigue, depression, crying spells, irritability, decreased activity level, overeating and weight gain, and trouble concentrating.  Typically these symptoms will last from late fall until early spring, or depending on how far away from the equator you live.

Major research has shown that negative ionization was "able to show significant antidepressant effects of the active conditions over the three weeks of treatment."  

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This is just one example of research conducted with negative Ionization.  Many others have concluded similar results–in a nutshell, negative ions help improve mood and overall mental health.  If you have ever breathed in the cool salt air from the ocean or fresh forest air,  you feel refreshed.  Energized.  Most experts will agree that being connected to nature and earth is crucial for health.  In the forest, the trees create this oxygen-rich environment.  Ocean breezes are heavily charged with negative ions that feed our cells.  While we cannot always be near the ocean or the forest, we can duplicate some of their benfits by bringing their natural elements into our indoor environment with the NewAire Plug-In.

What are Negative Ions?

 Technically speaking: "Ions are charged particles in the air that are formed in nature when enough energy acts upon a molecule such as carbon dioxide, oxygen, water, or nitrogen to eject an electron from the molecule leaving a positively charged Ion. The displaced electron attaches itself to a nearby molecule, which then becomes a negatively charged Ion. It is the negative ion of oxygen that affects us the most."

According to the book, The Ion Effect, negative ions are effective for allergies, asthma, catarrah, hay fever, sinusitis, exzema, burns, emphysema, and even as a substitue for tranquelizers.  It was discovered that negative ions balance seratonin in the body, and this explains why people feel more alert, stable, and energiezed in the presence of negative ions.

What will help me?

Our NewAire deodorizers not only eliminate odors up to 500 sq/ft naturally, but they also incorporate patented ion wind technology that will help with your Seasonal Affective Disorder.  Put one of these in your living room and enjoy the feeling of thousands of rejuvinating negative ions to help boost your mood and activity.  In addition to making you feel more energized, these units will get rid of any odors associated with smoke, mold and mildew, pets, chemicals, garbage, cooking, etc. 

Create Spring indoors all year long with our NewAire Air Purification System.

 

 

References:

Hulisz, Darrell. "Seasonal Affective Disorder." Netwellness. Case Western Reserve University. Feb. 22, 2006.

Saeed, S.A. and T.J. Bruce. "Seasonal Affective Disorders." American Family Physician 57.6 (1998): 1340-1346.

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"Controlled Trial of Naturalistic Dawn Simulation and Negative Air Ionization for Seasonal Affective Disorder" is posted at<http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/163/12/2126>.