Salt Room Therapy
Salt therapy delivers the same powerful sense of invigoration as a gust of sea air, magnified in a clinical setting. It is known to have a beneficial effect on the respiratory system, supporting treatments for asthma, allergies, bronchitis, sinus congestion and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Studies have shown that spending time in an enclosed environment with high salt content in the air can have a marked impact on breathing function and a sense of good health.
Salt therapy has been known for:
- Balancing moisture in the skin to help improve skin conditions.
- Having antimicrobial, antibacterial, and natural disinfectant properties.
- Influencing cellular activity, energy in the body and blood sugar levels.
- Reducing inflammation and mucus in the lungs.
- Enhancing the function of the immune, nervous and lymphatic systems.
Typical halotherapy sessions in a salt room last around 40 minutes and exposes patients to a concentration of salt particles in the breathable atmosphere at around 10–15 times that of the ocean air.