Mauritane Salt Lamp is not only visually stunning but provides 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... http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51k9rn3GPyL.jpg
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. http://www.innercalms.co.uk/ekmps/shops/5f8bfe/images/fireball-salt-lamp-reduced-from-28-625-p.jpg

In January of this year, Michael's issued a recall on some of their salt lamps sold under the Lumière brand. Rest assured, the issue and recall had nothing to do with the Himalayan salt itself but reported hazards with the dimmer switch and plug. If you’re looking to purchase a lamp, talk to the retailer and make sure it has been assembled properly and that the piece you’re interested in was not included in the recall. https://i.ebayimg.com/thumbs/images/g/BDYAAOSwNMVagVQN/s-l225.jpg
You can buy a salt lamp right here at Spencer's! We've got a large selection of Himalayan Salt Lamps so you can find one that's perfect for you! We have different shaped salt lamps with metal bases, wooden bases, and more! All of our salt lamps will provide you with Himalayan salt, Himalayan glow, anti-allergy ions and much more. With endless shapes and sizes, you're sure to find the perfect salt lamp right here at Spencer Gifts. https://lifesense.online/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Himalayan-Salt-Lamp.jpg
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[…] Many natural living advocates claim that the negative salt ions that are released by heating the salt can boost blood flow, improve sleep, increase levels of serotonin in the brain, and calm allergy or asthma symptoms. It has also been said that the negative ions are known to neutralize electromagnetic radiation from household electronics, as well as prevent the build up of static electricity. (source) […] https://www.squireboone.com/images/products/earth/salt-lamps-tea-light.jpg
Made of the same stuff you might sprinkle on dinner or cook a slab of salmon on, a Himalayan salt lamp consists of a large, often jagged crystal of pink salt fitted with a light bulb inside. (Please do not try to eat this lamp! Why do we have to tell you that?!) Supposedly, the heat from that bulb causes the salt to be released into the air—basically what you'd experience in a salt cave on a much less expensive scale. Think of how you feel after a day at the beach. Science aside, something magical definitely happens to your body after soaking up all that salty ocean air for an afternoon: Your skin's moisturized and clear, and the whole sleep thing? You go down like a rock after a beach day, right? It's not really that far-fetched to try and simulate this in your bedroom. https://saltspafl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Bamboo-Salt-Lamp-500x500.jpg

So Well Himalayan salt lamps do not generate negative ions themselves. They are “hygroscopic,” which means that they attract moisture… humidity… airborne water molecules; it is a natural property of sodium chloride (hygroscopy). Since they do not generate the negative ions, they need a heat source (in this case, heat from an incandescent bulb) to accelerate evaporation, which does produce negative ions. In more humid regions, an unlit salt lamp will eventually “cry,” even creating puddles of water at its base. It is this evaporation that generates the negative ions, which are beneficial to our health. https://piscespro.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/product_full/pyramid-salt-lamp.png
Himalayan salt is now used in inhalers to bring relief to asthma and allergy sufferers. Salt therapy is also used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients. COPD is a debilitating and degenerative lung disease characterized by the restriction of airflow in and out of the lungs. According to the Lung Institute, “Some people have found salt therapy to be an effective option for relieving symptoms of lung disease, resulting in easier breathing.” https://negativeionizers.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Himalayan-salt-bowl.jpg
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Another possible health benefit of the Himalayan salt lamp is a reduction in anxiety symptoms. According to color therapy as well as general human enjoyment, the warm pinkish to orange glow of the salt lamp is a calming and happy presence in a room. Additionally, as a real piece of nature, Himalayan salt gives off negative ions like a waterfall (but in much smaller amounts). Since Himalayan salt lamps release negative ions into the air, they can help reduce anxiety and also encourage a relaxing atmosphere for sleep. (7) Many people like to keep salt lamps in their bedrooms for their calming effect. https://www.trulyliving.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Himalayan-salt-lamp-truly-living-lisa-rose-2-625x469.jpg
A few months back I noticed  some changes in my personality. I felt low and sad a lot and no more enjoyed the company  and activities that I loved before. I thought it to be simple depression due to some happenings in my personal life. I tried to involve myself in various activities but did not feel any better. Rather , the situation started worsening and I found myself extremely nervous and worrying a lot about very trivial things. I often felt a racing heart, sweating, lightheadedness and sometimes got shortness of breath  and choking.
Salt therapy for breathing problems is said to have begun with Siberian salt mine workers in the later 1800s who had a surprisingly small number of respiratory problems compared to people around them with less salty professions. Nowadays, you can find salt caves at various spas, and this salt cave experience is also trying to be re-created with the invention of salt pipe inhalers. Salt lamps are another smaller-scale way to bring the salt cave experience (and hopefully the health benefits) home. (6) https://s3.amazonaws.com/homestratosphere/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/21211840/9-Himalayan-Salt-Lamps-870x605.jpg
Like several comments above, I also smelled something burning one night in my office and couldn’t figure out what was the culprit for awhile. When I located the source of the problem and tried to turn off the salt lamp, I almost burned my hand by touching the dimmer/switch. As you can see from the photo, part of it was melted. Glad I was there that night. Or my office would have been on fire! https://completehomespa.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/SMAGREHO-Mini-Himalayan-Salt-Lamp-Night-Light.jpg
I did my research and know these can be great and they also can be fakes. This is the real deal and a reputable great company. Well packaged and price is spot on compared for amazon. I have only had it two days now so I can not speak of long term effects, but even simply as a lamp it is relaxing and alluring. I plan to get at least 3 more for our home. http://passionstylepurpose.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/salt-lamp.jpg
EDIT: After a bit more research it seems the manufacturer may have changed the dimmer to a safer version recently. Here is a picture of mine for reference. If your dimmer has these markings it is the version that is faulty and will burn up. The little thing next to the cover is the transistor that burned up. It used to have three terminals but the other one disintegrated. https://cdn1.dailyhealthpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Science-Proves-Himalayan-Salt-Lamps-Fight-Anxiety-and-Depression.jpg

Salt is hygroscopic, which means it attracts water molecules to itself. Being the big hunk of salt that it is, a Himalayan salt lamp is believed to work by attracting the water molecules. This water vapor can also carry indoor air pollutants like mold, bacteria and allergens. Once the water vapor comes in contact with the salt lamp, the pollutants are believed to remain trapped in the salt. Since the lamp is heated, the salt dries out and is able to continue the cycle of attracting water vapor and pollutants, releasing the water vapor back into the air but holding on to the health-hazardous pollutants.
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Having anxiety can make you worry about strange things. You may be concerned about the weather, world politics, whether you left a light on in your bedroom - and will that burn down the house? Anxiety isn't governed by rationality - anything and everything is fair game to stress over, even issues far outside your control. With that in mind, you don't want a Himalayan Salt Lamp to be one more thing you have to worry over.
In 1966, a hospital in Jerusalem conducted a study of thirty-eight infants suffering from respiratory problems. They cared for half of the infants in a ward without any ion change, and cared for the other half in a ward where a negative-ion generator was in use. “The researchers reported that neg-ions without any other treatment “ that is, no drugs “ seemed to cure attacks of asthma and bronchitis more quickly than drugs, antibiotics included… children treated with neg-ions were less prone to ‘rebound attacks’ (relapses)… the scientific report said that the tests ‘demonstrated that atmospheric ions have an effect on infants, especially those suffering from asthmatic bronchitis. Less scientifically, they found that the babies didn’t cry as often and as loudly as they did in normal air.” The Ion Effect, by Fred Soyka, p. 57, 1991. https://hddmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/my-himalayan-salt-lamp-e1504526903824.jpg

The unique salt lamp is made from natural salt crystals hand mined in the Himalayan mountains. Once lit the lamp will emit a calming amber color heating the salt with the included bulb releases negative ions into the air, creating an effect similar to an ionize and purifying the surrounding air. Due to the natural variation in crystal salt, weight, size, color, and shape may vary. https://d2rd7etdn93tqb.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/himalayan-salt-lamp-bed-bath-and-beyond-012617.jpg
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. http://www.innercalms.co.uk/ekmps/shops/5f8bfe/images/fireball-salt-lamp-reduced-from-28-625-p.jpg

Size: 8inch Pillar Salt lamp, WBM’s Natural Salt Nightlight is uniquely filled with 100% pure Himalayan Rock Salt Crystals. We make the best quality of the Himalayan Salt Lamps - salt crystals are hand mined in the Himalayan Mountains, especially handmade for uniqueness. The Pillar salt lamp is made of intertwined metal and features a black polished coated finish. Once lit the lamp will emit a calming Amber color. The Himalayan salt lamp provides a pure and natural source of light, Great as a... http://www.megarocksalt.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Animal-salt-lamps-different-shape.jpg
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