What is salt therapy?
Salt therapy is a natural treatment during which you inhale pharmaceutical-grade, dry salt particles in a comfortable, controlled environment. We at SALIS operate a variety of salt therapy rooms for you to enjoy: a massage room, a reading room, a kids room, and a multipurpose room available for yoga, meditation, and breathing classes.
How does salt therapy work?
Our medical halogenorators create a special dry sodium chloride microclimate. Here is what else you need to know.
- Particles size 0-5 microns (because particles larger than 5 micrometers stick in the nose and throat, and only smaller particles can penetrate deep into the lungs).
- Negative ionization increases the efficiency of healing as the mucus draws salt particles, generating a positive charge.
- We constantly monitor salt concentration.
- The air in the room is hypoallergenic and hypobacterial, and according to WHO classifications, it is sterile.
- Our ventilation system works throughout the entire session, filtering out used air and filtering in fresh air.
Our salt is:
- Mucolytic, loosening excessive mucus and speeding up mucociliary transport
- Effective at removing pathogen agents
- Effective at reducing IgE (immune system oversensitivity)
Who can benefit from salt therapy?
The therapy is suitable for everyone: even young people, older people, babies, and pregnant women.
It can help people with different respiratory and skin conditions such as:
- Respiratory allergies
- Hay fever
- Ear infection
- Cystic fibrosis
- Chest infection
- Cold and influenza
What will salt therapy do for you?
Overall, the treatment's efficacy is estimated at 75-98% depending on conditions. Here are some specific benefits.
- Alleviate sneezing, coughing, and shortness of breath
- Make your breathing easier after just a few sessions
- Strengthen your immune system
- Cleanse the respiratory system and speed up the elimination of toxins
- Remove airborne pollen particles from airways
- Clear mucus plugs and sticky phlegm from the lungs
- Clear up catarrh and sinus congestion
- Improve general health and quality of life
- Reduce the number of hospital admissions
- Reduce the need to use inhalers and antibiotics
- Improve dermatological disorders such as dermatitis
- Increase resistance to respiratory tract diseases
- Enhance sport performance
- Restore your energy levels