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baical
09-19-17, 01:44 PM
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The list of health benefits are too good to be true. Has anyone here ever tried one before?

25_Shmeckels
10-02-17, 11:19 AM
Short answer - no.

Long answer - **** no.

This is pseudoscientific bs. A deionizer is something you use to take salt out of water to make it drinkable. Any other claims are lies used to sell useless contraptions to the scientifically illiterate. You may as well put magnets in your shoes or rub mustard on the tip of your nose. Neither of these things is going to do anything for you.

baical
11-21-17, 05:22 AM
are tDCS or tms machine more legitimate than a negative ionizer?

allesandro1
11-21-17, 01:44 PM
yes, I've tried them before. didn't notice anything at all

baical
11-28-17, 10:07 AM
yes, I've tried them before. didn't notice anything at all

Are you saying tDCS and TMS work or what are you saying?

baical
03-13-18, 02:55 AM
Those salt lamp/night lamp have been giving me some very nice sleep. Not sure if it's the amber color glow or something gets released from it. It's one of those Himalayan salt lamps.

CharlesH
03-13-18, 03:09 AM
Those salt lamp/night lamp have been giving me some very nice sleep. Not sure if it's the amber color glow or something gets released from it. It's one of those Himalayan salt lamps.

When do you typically have the lamp turned on?

From a scientific standpoint, I don't see how negative ionizers would have an effect, but I definitely believe that colors can affect people's moods!

baical
03-13-18, 03:53 AM
when sleeping. the Himalayan salt lamp isn't a negative ionizer though. Although the info. stated on its packaging was that it can increase positive ions and lessen the negative ones (?). I threw out the packaging but its description sound like it could help, and it has, for sleep and mood.

When do you typically have the lamp turned on?

From a scientific standpoint, I don't see how negative ionizers would have an effect, but I definitely believe that colors can affect people's moods!