Can Negative Ions Improve Moods as Well as Sterilize the Air We Breathe?

What are Negative Ions?

Negative ions are molecules floating in the air or atmosphere that have been charged with


Negative ions exist in nature in tons of places, including:

  • ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun
  • discharges of electricity in the air after a thunderclap or lightning strike
  • wherever water collides   with itself like a waterfall or the ocean shore (creating the Lenard effect)
  • produced as part of the normal growth process for many plants

Negative Ion Generator:

Everyone does have one negative ion generator in their home already. The shower, with its stream of hot water and steam, is a good producer of negative ions.

That’s likely part of why so many people needs a shower to wake up in the morning. It’s not much use in the other rooms of house though.

Fortunately, scientists have come up with another even more effective way to create these negatively-charged ions and receive their benefits in whatever room you spend time in — negative ionizers.

Our Absolute Unit has built around this concept, it comes with a negative Ion generator near the air outlet release revitalizing Anions into the air to refresh the air. It produces 140 million cm³ Double Negative ions and you can achieve the Absolute Indoor Air Quality which is up to 99.9% of free of bacteria’s and other particles;

Benefits of Negative Ions:

  1. A 2013 review of scientific literature on negative ionization did find a notable effect on people with depression.


  • A very small 2015 study did find a small improvement on cognitive performance after short-term exposure to increased negative ions.


  • A 2018 review of ionization literature also found an effect of negative ionization on many facets of human health. Researchers looked at 100 years of studies and found evidence that negative ions could,
  • help regulate sleep patterns and mood
  • reduce stress
  • boost immune system function
  • increase metabolism   of carbs and fats
  • kill or inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, viruses, and mold species, such as E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and the bacterium that causes tuberculosis


  •  Many negative ion generators or “ionizers” can help reduce pollution particles that are up to 5 feet off the ground by as much as 97 percent.