The popularity of Halotherapy (or salt room/salt cave treatment) is growing as health-conscious people seek out natural alternatives. Halotherapy was once only available to the wealthy and famous in luxurious spas. Now it is available to everyone. It has multiple health benefits, especially for skin and respiratory conditions.
Salt rooms are therapeutic salt rooms. They contain large amounts of Dead Sea salt, both on the floor and along the walls. It also has a dry salt aerosol generator, which pipes crushed pharmaceutical-grade salt particles into the room. During dry salt therapy, salt particles can be inhaled safely during the salt chamber session.
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A salt rich microclimate is created when the particles are negatively ionized using high kinetic energy. This is very similar to the atmosphere in European salt mines. It was found that miners who worked in salt caves had lower rates of respiratory problems.
Negatively charged dry salt particles stimulate mucus clearing in your lungs, relieve bronchial inflammation and eliminate pathogen agents like airborne pollen. What's involved? Salt therapy is simple and non-invasive. You just need to relax and sit comfortably in the room. Salt chamber spas often have zero gravity chairs.
Imagine meditating for one hour and then consuming the healing properties of Dead Sea salt. The following conditions can be positively affected by salt room treatment. Many people with skin or respiratory issues have reported that they use less medication or other drugs after receiving Halotherapy salt treatment.