Why is going outside after it rains good for you?
Have you ever wondered by the air feels refreshingly lighter (most of the time, anyway) after a rainstorm? The air is filled with negative ions. When you go outside and inhale them, they reach our bloodstream and produce biochemical reactions that increase levels of the good mood chemical, serotonin. This helps to alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost your energy.
Think about beaches, showers, mountains, waterfalls, rainfalls. Water is the most abundance element on earth, and it is also the most abundant element within your own body. Its physical and energetic healing properties are countless.
So the next time it rains, take a few moments and step outside and breathe in those negative ions to give your mind, body, and soul the healing properties it needs.