Holistic Salt Cave

Holistic Salt Cave

What does a salt cave do for you?

‌Halotherapy, or salt therapy, involves breathing in air with tiny salt particles to improve your breathing. Halotherapy is considered an alternative treatment for lung problems such as asthma, bronchitis, and cough. Halotherapy is often done in spa-like salt rooms.[1]

Does salt cave therapy work?

“Halotherapy may be a relaxing spa treatment, but there’s little evidence about how well it works,” Sonpal says. “Most doctors are still skeptical, including myself. The effect that [salt caves have] on anxiety and depression is considered to be a placebo effect.”[2]

Can salt caves be harmful?

In some countries, medical societies have warned that salt caves can have negative effects. For example, the salt cave could induce bronchoconstriction in some people. Another danger is that if you have asthma, you may stop taking your regular medicine.[3]

What are 5 benefits someone would receive by visiting a salt cave?

Halotherapy is also known to help relieve skin conditions, stress, high blood pressure, respiratory infections, hangovers, and allergies.[4]

Who should not go into a salt cave?

What Conditions Should Not be Treated with Halotherapy? Infections accompanied by fever, acute active tuberculosis, cardiac insufficiency, COPD – 3rd stage, bleeding or spitting blood, alcohol or drug intoxication, unstable or uncontrolled hypertension, and acute stages of respiratory disease.[5]

Why do you have to wear white socks in a salt cave?

Please empty your bladder and wash your hands and/or your child’s hands prior to your session. Please wear clean socks (preferably white) in the therapy room. The socks help you walk on the salt. No shoes or bare feet are permitted during the session.[6]

Can salt rooms make you sick?

Halotherapy is a type of salt therapy that may have some health benefits for respiratory conditions. However, there is a lack of evidence behind many of these claims, as well as reports that it can cause side effects, such as a cough.[7]

Is breathing salt air healthy?

The detoxifying effects of breathing in salt-rich air can reduce symptoms of various respiratory illnesses and skin conditions, reduce inflammation, strengthen the immune system, and reduce the signs of aging. When salt therapy is practised on a regular basis, it can help improve our well-being and quality of life.[8]

Is salt good for lungs?

Salt can be used to alleviate this inflammation, as it clears toxins and other viral causing agents from your nasal cavities and airways. The salt naturally attacks the problem in your lungs and nasal cavities by reducing all bronchial swelling.[9]

What do you wear in a salt room?

What do I wear? There is no special gear required for the treatment, except no shoes are allowed inside the Salt Cave. The temperature inside the Salt Rooms is regular room temperature. You may wear anything that you are comfortable in and you will remain entirely clothed for the whole 45 minute session.[10]

How long does salt therapy last?

Sessions usually last for about 30 to 45 minutes. A device called a halogenerator grinds salt into microscopic particles and releases them into the air of the room. Once inhaled, these salt particles are claimed to absorb irritants, including allergens and toxins, from the respiratory system.[11]

Does salt therapy raise blood pressure?

It’s a good questions and one that has a very simple answer. No, The Salt Suite® salt rooms will not cause your blood pressure to rise. Even with the salt particles in our rooms having a concentration 10-15 times higher than normal sea air, you don’t have to worry about it affecting your blood pressure.[12]