What is Halotherapy?
When you heat salt, it becomes super dry, and kinetically more active. This heated and dry pure sodium chloride is then crushed into micro-sized particles and dispersed into the air in an enclosed environment. When micro-particles of dry salt is inhaled into the respiratory system, it does its job by absorbing and removing allergens, toxins and foreign substances in your lungs and throughout your respiratory tract. Salt also reduces any inflammation and opens airway passages making easier to breathe.
Is there research to support salt therapy?
How does it work?
What are the benefits and conditions Halotherapy treats?
In addition, those who suffer from the following conditions can greatly benefit from the halotherapy.
Chronic ENT illnesses
Stress and Fatigue
When should it be avoided?
- Infections associated with a fever
- Contagious diseases
- Cardiac disease patients
- Acute respiratory disease
- Severe hypertension
- Chronic obstructive lung diseases
Are there any side effects?
What kind of salt is used?