What is Salt Therapy

Salt Therapy (halotherapy, halos – salt) is a non-invasive, non-medical, side effect free therapy. Salt therapy has been used for relief for over 150 years in Eastern Europe and is registered as part of the medical system in both Russia and Romania.

To mimic a salt cave environment, the salt therapy rooms at Salt Therapy Spa are custom built with sealed, ventilated rooms. The walls and floors are covered with natural salt to help keep the room sterile. The rooms are fitted with fresh air HEPA filters that capture and remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles that can have a negative effect on health. These filter exchange air in the room after each session.

During sessions, a machine grinds up pharma salt to a fine dust that is then dispersed into the room for you to inhale. The particles are fine enough to penetrate deep into the respiratory tract, where, through a number of mechanisms, they work towards cleansing the airways.

 

 


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Salt therapy claims to work by clearing the airways of mucus and reducing inflammation triggered by allergies to dust, pollen or pollution.

These particles, invisible to the naked eye, penetrate deep into the respiratory system. Minerals including potassium and magnesium are said to help reduce inflammation and clean out mucus blocking the airways.

Experts have already found that asthmatics can breathe easier if they are sent down salt mines.

A Finnish study found that sufferers' lungs were less likely to show allergic "hyper-responsiveness" to their environment

 

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