What is a Negative Ion

To answer this, we must first understand what are atoms.

Atoms are the basic building blocks of every “thing” – from human beings to rocks.

Atoms can lose or gain electrons. They can also bond with other atoms to create molecules. For example, Water, H20, is a molecule made up of two hydrogen atoms – that’s the H2 part – and one oxygen atom, the O part of H2O.

Ions are nothing more than atoms that have an electrical charge, either positive or negative. Atoms are always losing and picking up electrons – the smaller bits that whirl around the core of an atom, called the nucleus.

When ions gain an electron and they become a negative ion or anion.

When ions lose an electron, they become a positive ion or cation (oxidation).

atom electrons animation science of negative ions

The orange sphere in the
centre is the nucleus

The bits whirling around are
called electrons

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open home negative ions

Open-window home
Neg ions/cm³

road negative ions

Road, Heavy Traffic
Neg ions/cm³

office negative ions

0 – 250
Neg ions/cm³

industrial negative ions

Industrial Area
Neg ions/cm³

Natural negative ions can be found in abundance around waterfalls,
mountains, rushing streams, seasides, forests, after rain and thunderstorms

Science Waterfall Forest

Waterfall / Forest
10,000 – 20,000
Neg ions/cm³

Science Countryside

1,000 – 2,000
Neg ions/cm³

Science Park

City Parks
500 – 1,000
Neg ions/cm³

How much Negative Ions do I Need?



Purifies blood & improves blood circulation

Increases oxygen capacity of red blood cells

The red blood cells disperse after exposure to negative ions, allowing better oxygen absorption and blood flow in the body.

Red blood cells when exposed to negative ions




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After exposure to negative ions through our TEVIRON fabric, even pH levels are regulated to an optimum healthy pH level of 7.35 to 7.45.

– excerpt from “Forever Young and Beautiful” by Dr Fumimasa Yanagisawa


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Keep cells healthy & increase cell activity

(cell metabolism)

Optimises our body oxygen intake and waste elimination in our cells


Did you know?

When we facilitate waste removal and nutrient absorption, cells become vitalized and healthy!


Boost overall immune system
which protects your body

Especially the body's NK Cell.

In a published paper, Immunological Effect of Long-term Exposure of Negative Air Ions on Human, it was shown that the percentage of NK cells with the exposure of the ions was lower than without ions.

Did you know?

Negative ion atmospheric loading has been reported to affect a range of psychological functions, from alertness to circadian rhythms, and has been suggested to benefit a variety of medical conditions, from allergies to migraine. – Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 1992 (Source: Charles Yeh C.S, Wear Anions)

Natural killer cells (NK cells) are a type of white blood cell and a component of innate immune system.

NK cells play a major role in the host-rejection of both tumours and virally infected cells.


Balances the system and improves areas
such as sleep and hormones

The autonomic nervous system, or ANS, is responsible for the involuntary functions of the human body ie the heart, your digestive system and basic functions such as breathing through the lungs. Because it is so automatic, we are seldom conscious of it, but it heavily affects our overall well being.

Did you know?

Negative ions can increase the alpha brain waves to inhibit sympathetic nerve activities and excite the parasympathetic nerve. – www.negativeionshealth.com

Autonomic Nervous System Chart

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Dr Horiguchi explaining the benefits of Negative Ions