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3 Blissful Reason to get Dirty in the Garden

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It’s no secret that for years, researchers have shown that people who live near trees, natural habitats, parks, and rural landscapes that have an abundance of negative ions have better physical and mental health. On the contrary, in polluted cities, schools, crowded environments, and confined areas such as cars, and call center workplaces, you will find the highest concentration of unhealthy positive ions. So I know it sounds a little backward based on the definition of the 2 polarities, but negative ions are better than positive ions in this case (although positive and negative are just perspectives either way). Mother Gaia’s (earth) surface contains a negative charge and is constantly generating electrons that could neutralize free radicals from our bodies, just like antioxidants do.
The negative ions you’ll pick up from outdoors are very beneficial, here are just a few of the benefits:

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