Discover the health benefits of salt therapy.
Salt therapy is a natural and non-invasive therapy that can help relieve the symptoms of a wide range of respiratory and skin conditions. Salt is a natural anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antihistamine, so people experiencing everything from asthma to eczema may experience significant and lasting symptom relief following regular salt therapy.
When a client sits in one of our three salt rooms (salt caves), a halogenerator grinds up pharmaceutical grade salt into minute particles that become airborne when dispersed into the room. The dry salt aerosol particles are then inhaled deep into the client’s lungs to help relieve inflammation and loosen congestion to allow easier and improved breathing. The salt particles can help to open up the airways, increase oxygen intake and cleanse the airways of smoke, dust, pollutants and other allergens. When the salt lands on the skin it can also help to relieve sore, flakey, red and irritated skin.
Consistency is key when it comes to salt therapy. After regular salt therapy, breathing can become easier and shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, congestion and irritated skin may gradually be alleviated.
It is important to understand that salt therapy is not an alternative therapy, but a complementary one. It can help relieve the symptoms of a condition and work in conjunction with existing medication, resulting in even greater relief.*
Salt therapy at Salts of the Earth.
At Salts of the Earth we consider ourselves salt therapy specialists and provide lasting relief to our clients. We begin with a complimentary consultation to determine the best management plan that can help relieve the symptoms of the sufferer’s condition and measure improvement.
We welcome everyone from babies to the elderly into our salt centres. Relax in our communal Adults’ Salt Room, play in our fun-filled Children’s Salt Room or rejuvenate in our Private Salt Room designed specifically for those with chronic skin conditions or contagious infections. Discover more below and book in for a complimentary consultation.
*Results may vary between clients. It is always recommended clients discuss the use of salt therapy with their GP.