The Effects of Dry Atmosphere on Our Body
Ions are floating in the air around us all of the time and have either negative or positive charges. Changes in their concentrations or in the ratio of positively to negatively charged molecules can have remarkable effects on plants, people and animals. It is known in science that ion depletion is the source of a wide range of human health problems, both mental and physical.
These air ions are important to you because if they have a high proportion of negative ions in the clusters you will feel lively, uplifted and enthusiastic. Too many positive ions in the clusters will have you feeling depressed, lethargic and full of aches, pains and complaints, and dehydrated with very dry skin. At first your skin is rough, dry and flaky. The skins health progressively gets worse, because positive ions create free radicals, which harden the lipids in the cell nucleus, causing wrinkles and cracks in the skin. Free radicals as they multiply can lead to more serious health issues.