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All About Salt Therapy

Posted by: | Posted on: May 25, 2022

The earliest traces of salt therapy are located as well as Central Europe and can be traced to the late 19th century, when a Polish health official Dr. Felix Boczkowski, noticed that workers in salt mines were never ill with lung ailments.

Since that time, numerous salt sanatoriums have been carved across the salt mountains of Eastern as well as Central Europe (the Carpathians) hundreds of feet of height above the surface, designed specifically for patients suffering from asthma or asthma and allergies.

In halotherapy, patients are able to can relax and sit in small groups or on their own in tiny rooms filled with salt, and fine particles are distributed throughout the air. Each session lasts about an hour duration. For more details on salt therapy, you can check this site

Treatment of respiratory disorders through inhalation of fine rock salt particles, as well as negative ions from sodium chloride, found in Salt caves and salt mines, is known as speleotherapy.

Speleotherapy is recognized as an effective alternative treatment for patients suffering from various forms of chronic lung diseases as well as being covered by the Health Ministry in many European countries.

In the course of a typical treatment, patients will be within a salinity cave for approximately 8 hours each day, breathing in fine salt particles and the negative salt ions (sodium chloride). The complete treatment will take at most 4 hours a day, lasting 10 to 12 days, and repeated every 2 or 3 times per year.

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