Since ancient times ancient Greeks discovered that the salt mines and salt cave, have a good effect on the respiratory organs of humans. In the beginning of the 20th century doctors observed that salt miners had significantly less respiratory and skin problem.
Doctors and scientists have found a way to create such conditions in a salt cave and effectively implement the salt treatment, and this method of treatment called halotherapy. The name comes from a Greek word halo meaning salt, it would simply be said that the halotherapy is salt treatment. Under this name therapy has become known throughout the world and began to be applied in the salt cabins.
Dry salt aerosol has antibacterial properties, dilutes and helps discharge secretions, acts anti-inflammatory system in the whole lung, making it easier to breathe. In addition, it improves the mobility of the mucus, facilitates and accelerates the emptying of secretions from the sinuses and respiratory organs.
Salt reatment or halotherapy carried out in the salt cabin is completely natural and proven effective method that contributes to the elimination of problems caused by:
- chronical and viral infections
- diseases of the upper respiratory tract (rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis, tonsillitis)
- excellent help with quitting smoking
- helps with skin problems
- strengthens your immunity
- strengthens the body
- relieves fatigue, stress, exhaustion and
- improves concentration
Recommended session duration is 30-45 minutes a day. Stay of 45 minutes in salted cabin has the same effect as a three-day stay at sea.
Treatment for adults is 45 minutes and 20 minutes for children. For full effect it is necessary to take 10-15 treatments. Salt treatments can be implemented from early childhood to the old age.