Does your humidifier contain an ioniser? If so, it may be harming your child’s health.
Humans don't usually breathe ionized air, and many studies show that electromagnetically charged particles can damage lungs. Also, if an oxygen molecule bonds with two others, it becomes O3, or ozone. Ozone can irritate airways and exacerbate breathing-related problems.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declares that ozone may also "worsen chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and compromise the ability of the body to fight respiratory infections.
Does Glow Dreaming use an Ioniser? NO.
Everything we do at Glow Dreaming revolves around science and that’s because when you don’t do the proper research it can actually be quite dangerous. We put the health and wellbeing of you and your child above everything else we do. This is why we only work with real industry leaders that are proud to put their name to their work like Dr. Stephane Pigeon and Dr Bo Hendgen.
We’ve recently been asked why we don’t use Ioniser’s in our Glow Dreaming’s and simply put because the research suggests that it can seriously harm your child. If your humidifier uses an ioniser we strongly suggest you ask if it has been properly tested and has the right certification from the relevant Australian inspection bodies.
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- Shi, S., Zhu, S., Lee, E. S., Zhao, B., & Zhu, Y. (2016). Performance of wearable ionization air cleaners: Ozone emission and particle removal. Aerosol Science and Technology, 50(3), 211-221. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02786826.2016.1139045
- Alexander, D., Bailey, W., Perez, V., Mitchell, M. and Su, S. (2013). Air ions and respiratory function outcomes: a comprehensive review. [online] US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of
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