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Molecules can displace electrons when enough energy pushes into them. In nature, some of the more common molecules include hydrogen, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water. When a violent event is occurring, such as a heavy waterfall slamming into the surface of the lake, electrons are basically ejected from their current water molecules and spread into the air, looking for other molecules to cling onto.
In the waterfall example, the electrons leaving the water molecules tend to cling onto oxygen molecules. As previously mentioned, once a molecule has more electrons than it should (the unwanted guest being the electron from the water molecule), it instantly becomes a negative ion. Thus, by removing one or two electrons from each water molecule, what results is tens of thousands of negatively charged oxygen molecules.
In fact, the human body is most affected by the negative ion of oxygen. The electrical charge produced by the negative ion causes allergens to become heavy and lose their effectiveness. Additionally, the sheer number of negative ions in the air you breathe causes you to feel clear and revitalized almost immediately. If you've ever been to a waterfall and taken a deep breath, that surreal alertness and sense of self-awareness is the abundance of negative ions at work.
Negative ions can be measured in cubic inches, and a typical waterfall setting can have as many as 5,000 negative ions per cubic centimeter. Visit Niagara Falls and you'll experience a whopping 100,000 negative ions per cubic centimeter.
Upon returning from your trip to paradise, you are welcomed by an office work environment that rewards you with less than 50 negative ions per cubic inch. Leaving the air conditioner on or stuck in traffic during rush hour? Watch that number plummet close to zero.
Waterfalls aren't the only way to experience a healthy dose of negative ions. You can simply visit the beach and stand near the shore, where the waves are crashing into the shoreline and constantly moving. If the weather doesn't warrant a trip to the beach, perhaps you might want to try a negative ion generator – right in the comfort of your own home: the shower. Water is still crashing against the walls and your body, and you're right in the middle of it all. After only 10 or 15 minutes of this, you're already feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day.
OR Try the latest Negative ions bands form Fusion called Fusion Sport and Fusion Black that produce negative ions 24/7. Simply slip it on your wrist and receive the benefit of up to 5000 IU"s of negative ions per second. The secret lies in the mineral mixture known as Tourmamix. The Tourmamix has been engineered into a silicon band to produce waves of naturally occurring negative ions while you wear it. For more Information, click here.