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Salt Room Therapy? What is it? Does it work?

Fond of having some great spa time? As if we didn’t already have enough common kitchen ingredients finding their way into this space (sugaring anyone?), here comes salt to the party! If you’re not opposed to spas that use ingredients so natural and organic that they’re actually edible, then why not? If that’s you, then you should very well try Salt Room Therapy to take your wellness to a whole new level.

What is Halotherapy or Salt Room Therapy?

Halotherapy, well-known as Salt Room Therapy is a holistic, drug-free, natural therapy using salt’s microparticles. It can help with deeper sleep, healthier skin, better breathing and airflow, improved physical fitness, and overall well being. Moreover, it also helps alleviate some respiratory and skin condition symptoms.

Why salt?

The use of dry salt to help reduce respiratory and other health problems had been introduced hundred of years back by ancient healers and philosophers. This type of therapy originated from speleotherapy or cave therapy in the Wieliczka salt cave in Poland as it has been observed that workers in this salt cave exhibited fewer respiratory illnesses. From then on, salt had been used for this purpose.

Benefits

Salt is a natural disinfectant, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory. It also has mucolytic effects which means it can loosen excessive mucus and speed up mucociliary transport. Moreover, it can remove pathogen agents or airborne pollen and it can reduce IgE level or the body’s immune system oversensitivity. Thus, salt is great for people suffering from:

  1. Asthma
  2. Allergies
  3. Bronchitis
  4. Sinus Congestion
  5. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Halotherapy can also support our nervous and lymphatic systems. And its calming and detoxifying effects can reduce stress and headaches as well as boost energy levels, and help improve sleep.

The benefits of salt room therapy are never-ending. It is also proven to help improve skin conditions such as psoriasis, rashes, eczema, and acne. The common table salt, sodium chloride is dehydrating but pure mineral salts can do more as it has natural moisturizing properties. It can also support the skin’s water balance and barrier function because it attracts moisture to the skin. Salt also has strong rejuvenating properties which are necessary for cell function and detoxification.

What does a Salt Room Therapy session looks and feels like?

Salt Room Therapy is similar to a meditation session where you breathe deeply while listening to soothing and calming music while focusing on the natural beauty of the salt crystals. The room environment is precisely balanced with 40 to 50% humidity and 70 to 75 degrees F temperatures. Salt room therapy service costs anywhere between $25 to $45 and usually lasts 45 minutes per session.

Breathing salty air is a refreshing ritual that you can add to your wellness routine. Experience natural detoxification and see the great effects it can have on you.

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