Respiratory problems can often be caused by mucus lying on mucous membranes.
This can cause inflammation and narrowing of the airways, which in turn causes difficulty in breathing.
Salt has the ability to dehydrate mucus, therefore allowing for easier expulsion from the mucous membrane, leaving the membrane free for its primary function of preventing infection.
When skin is damaged, the dry salt aerosol works from two directions.
From the outside it works on three levels of skin (see diagram) with the dehydrating effect of salt closing or tightening the wound or damage and smoothing the skin.
From the inside it increases the level of oxygen in the circulatory system and helps the skin’s inner (hypodermis) layer.
Both adults and children can benefit from salt therapy.
Halotherapy may be beneficial for smokers cough, those who smoke may attend as long as hair and clothing is smoke free.
Halotherapy is recognised as a safe and effective practise for preventive and restorative health care.
It is not a medical treatment, however in some countries it is covered by their Government’s Health Care system and by healthcare insurance companies.
There are many clinical studies and research about the health benefits of salt therapy.
We do not recommend salt therapy for people with contagious diseases, fever, open wounds, cancer, severe hypertension, weak heart or heart arrhythmia, mental disorders and active tuberculosis.
Pregnant women should consult their doctor before using halotherapy.
Anyone with serious health concerns needs to seek proper medical advice and care.
Dear Customers, Friends and Supporters, as you will be aware the Government has announced that most Covid guidance and legal restrictions will be lifted in England from Monday 19 July. While this move will be welcomed by some of you, we understand that others of you will be more cautious.
We have decided, therefore, to keep all our current protocols for now, so that everyone will continue to feel safe when on our premises:
If you have any questions for us, please do ask.
The Salt Space Team xx