Sufferers of asthma, due to a high pollen count and a moist windy climate, are looking for a permanent relief from their ailments through alternate methods, after they have tried several different medications. Alternate therapy is gaining rapid popularity as people are desperate for relief from chronic conditions such as asthma, allergy and bronchitis.
One such therapy is salt room or salt cave where a person stays inside a space with walls packed with blocks of salt all around them, inhaling micro particles of salt suspended in the air -space. They say, these inhaled salt particles reach the lungs and have the ability to destroy bacteria and fungi in the lungs that cause an attack. Salt room operators claim, there is a possibility to boost the immune system, by removing toxins in the body.
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Operators say, this is safe and effective and it is all natural and should not be a risk, and it is getting plenty of media attention in recent days. However, National and International reports and reviews want more evidence.
Salt Therapy for asthma is well known in Europe and was practiced since ancient times. These micro particles are crushed to a size that could interact with air molecules cleansing the enclosed air space free from allergens and other organisms.
Thus creating a stable temperature and the humidity is maintained to a constant level that enables comfortable breathing for sufferers of respiratory disease. They have designed a program for a certain number of days for adults each lasting for less than an hour of daily sessions.
Being exposed to ionized crystals of sodium chloride can have an effect on human physiology, they also claim it has an impact on endocrine and gastrointestinal system besides the respiratory claims.
During the sessions of halotherapy (as it is also called) the clients will be seated in a relaxed position in a comfortable chair, if they prefer to combine their relaxation with aromatherapy and a massage an added service provided by owners to lure customers.