Cilia are the finite hairs that line the windpipe and act like microscopic breathing filters. According to studies, positive ions decrease cilial activity while, conversely, negative ions have a more increasing and positive effect. Himalayan salt lamps are therefore believed to improve breathing by releasing negative ions that filter foreign particles and keep the lungs cleaner in general. 

This will then give a consistent negative ionising effect in the room where it is placed. When replacing the bulb (make sure it is turned off and unplugged), you need to carefully pull out the lamp fitting. Remove the bulb carefully and dispose of, then screw in the new bulb. You need to squeeze the butterfly fitting and allow to slide inside the whole with the desired depth, making sure it is not touching the lamp. With tea lights in the salt lamp, make sure you have extra long matchsticks to light the candle (this will ensure you don’t burn yourself). Tea light candle holders are very stable and cannot be blown by the wind. Make sure that you extinguish the candle, they can be hot and splash over clothing, furnishing or even your skin.


The unrefined, carefully crafted, and solely hand-carved salt lamps come from chambers in the Khewra salt mines. But first, miners prepare six feet holes, and then they add gunpowder and let it explode, which breaks down the Himalayan salt structure into smaller blocks. Not all salt blocks are equal. Some companies, like So Well, employ fair trade practices and pride themselves on unique and rare salt lamps.
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Said to improve sleep by increasing levels of serotonin in the brain and adding calming energy to the room, Himalayan salt lamps are a must-have for any bedroom. Take this one for example: made in Nepal, it features a circular wood base topped off by a natural 8" rock-shaped design that has been handcrafted from salt crystals with a pink hue. When you turn the light on inside, it casts a warm, amber-hued glow over your ensemble. Arrives in a set of two.

"There has been some talk in the holistic community about the fact that electromagnetic radiation from cellphones, from microwaves, from computers, creates positive ionization of our body," Kogan explained to TODAY. "The talk has been that the negative ions supposedly produced by the lamps help to neutralize the positive charge. But to be honest with you... I haven't seen any large studies that would confirm this."
Beatriz Puyol, based in Dahab, South Sinai, is a metaphysics and healing crystals enthusiast and has vast experience with Himalayan salt lamps and knowledge of rock salt light benefits. “I was in awe of these salt lamps the first time I used them. It made a world of difference in relation to air quality, and it does not consume much electrical power to get these negative ions released in the air.”
Mauritane 8.5" Salt Lamp is not only visually stunning but provide innumerable health benefits. It is natural negative ion generators. Simply put, salt attracts moisture. The interaction of humid air with the surface of the salt crystal releases negative ions. The negative ions bind to the position ions that are created by electronic devices known as "electronic smog" (computers, television screens, telephones, microwaves, etc.). The positively charged ions lose their damaging characteristics...
Negative ions occur more often in nature and they are often created by things like lightening storms, sunlight, waterfalls, and ocean waves. Running water is considered nature’s greatest source of negative ions and may be one of the things that contributes to the refreshing scent of waterfalls and the beach. In fact, this is one of the reasons people often report feeling renewed or refreshed after a storm or after spending time at the beach.

A 2013 study in the journal BMC Psychiatry reviewed data from several studies found that overall, negative air ionization has no overall effect on anxiety, mood, sleep or personal comfort. However, those studies did document a slight reduction in depressive symptoms, with higher levels of impact from higher concentrations of negative ionization. The analysis also showed a slight improvement in seasonal affective disorder, even with lower ion concentrations. The explanation for this weak effect is that the sun's stronger rays in the summer produce more negative ions than during the winter, and negative ionizers are potentially mimicking those summer-like conditions, said Dr. Alan Manevitz, a psychiatrist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. However, a more established way to mimic summer conditions is with light therapy, which has been studied more extensively, he said.
Real Himalayan salt lamps are made of salt so it’s not surprising that they’re fragile objects. A good manufacturer knows this and has return policies that are flexible since there could be some damage in transit. If a salt lamp’s maker is extremely strict (like a “NO RETURNS” policy), then it makes you wonder if it’s a scam operation. This might not necessarily be the case, but some fake retailers have been known not to permit any returns because they know they’re not giving you the real thing. 
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