And remember: it can suck up bad bacteria — maybe even viruses!
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How to protect your respiratory system with this
Air ionizers are devices which have been used to improve indoor air quality.
Contrary to other devices, they require no filter, and instead purify the air by emitting large quantities of negative ions in the air.
An ion is a molecule which has gained or lost an electron.
While positive ions are missing an electron, a negative ion is a molecule which has an additional electron.
In nature, these molecules are everywhere, while in indoor environments they are comparatively rare.
Negative ions, abundant after rainfall for example, can attract the positive ions found in various molecules such as pollen, dust, smoke, fumes, mold spores, and all sorts of respiratory hazards.
By attracting these positive ions, the negative ions cause the nefarious contaminants to stop being airborne and fall on the floor, thereby improving air quality significantly.
(Of course you still need to use the vacuum cleaner.)
This is crucial in closed, indoor environments, where small particles in the air from dust, mold, and other sources can get into the lower respiratory system.
While the science surrounding air ionizers is not abundant, there are a few papers highlighting the antibacterial properties of negative ions.
Here are some quotes from a 2001 article by Seo et al.:
“These results indicate that high levels of negative air ions can have a significant impact on the airborne microbial load, and that most of this effect is through direct killing of the organisms.”
“This technology, which also causes significant reduction in airborne dust, has already been successfully applied for poultry hatching cabinets and caged layer rooms.”
“Other potential applications include any enclosed space such as food processing areas, medical institutions, the workplace, and the home, where reduction of airborne and surface pathogens is desired.”
This result has been confirmed in other research papers such as Shepherd et al. (2010)
However, the anti-microbial or bactericidal effects of air ionizers have often been associated with the ozone gas…
…which is often emitted by the air ionizers devices, and not the negative air ions themselves.
This was proven to be false by Park et al. (2016), who studied the effects of air ionizers with very low levels of ozone:
“These results indicate that negative and positive ions generated by the ionizer are responsible for inducing oxidative stress and so reducing bacterial survival.”
Which devices to choose
It is important to do your own research and find quality devices which do not produce excess amounts of ozone.
While present in nature, and beneficial in minimal amounts, ozone can harm the lungs.
Higher quality air ionizers which produce very low amounts of ozones are available, so it is important to find a reputable brand.
Air ionizers are extremely convenient: they don’t consume a lot of energy, don’t require filters, and are an easy way to improve air quality.
In a bedroom, a good unit could go a long way, and may provide great benefits even for individuals with no perceivable respiratory difficulties.
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