Sea air really is good for you, Scientists say

Yes, the weather isn't brilliant at the moment, but don't let that stop you being by the seaside. Breathing in the sea air really good for you. ‘When people breathe in sea air, the ions contained in it help the electrical functionality of the brain by 47 per cent as well as creating new neural pathways, which - simply put - allows you to think with more clarity,' says leading neuroscientist Dr Rachel Taylor from the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre. And a large ice cream with a flake also goes a long way to improving anyone's mood too. Catch more seaside inspiration in the opening scenes of Recognii Treasure Box.