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May 16 2022

Can Salt Therapy Help if You’re Allergic to Your Dog?

Managing Your Dog Allergies With Salt Therapy Being a dog parent can be an exciting and fulfilling part of your life. After all, a dog is man's best friend; well, unless you are allergic to yours. Sure, you love your dog, but you are a little worried about your allergies or that of your loved ones. Some allergists recommend that you go for non-fur pets such as fish or reptiles. But, unfortunately, this might not be what you want. So, how do you manage pet allergies when your exposure to your...

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Apr 19 2022

Cystic Fibrosis and Salt Therapy

How Salt Therapy Can Help with Cystic Fibrosis Cystic Fibrosis is a hereditary condition (it tends to run in families) that affects the patient’s ability to produce mucus. This genetic disorder interferes with the cells that produce this substance, which is vital for the proper function of many internal organs and body systems. Mucus is a sticky substance responsible for lubricating the passageways of air in the respiratory system and digestive tract, so it needs to be thin and slippery to perform its role effectively. In a person with cystic fibrosis, the...

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Apr 19 2021

History of Salt Therapy

History Of Halotherapy Salt therapy has become more and more popular as the years go on. The practice originated in the salt mines and caves all around Eastern Europe. As the workers chiseled away in the mines, chipping and grinding away at the salt, tiny invisible particles of the salt were being dispersed into the surrounding air. Conditions found below the surface of the Earth were flawless, the circulation, pressure, and temperature of the air as well as the humidity levels had a beneficial effect on the condition of the environment....

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Apr 12 2021

5 Healthy Ways to Deal with Stress

Salt Therapy is One of the Healthiest Ways to Deal with Stress What Is Stress? “Stressed out” seems to be a very commonly used phrase today. A phrase so frequently thrown around, but what exactly does it mean? Stress is the reaction our brain has when we’re in a situation we consider to be threatening, or that causes us anxiety. A situation doesn't have to be physical to be considered threatening; It can be something as simple as an upcoming test, that weighs heavily on your final grade. Especially after an event...

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Mar 04 2021

Halotherapy and Airborne Illnesses

Halotherapy and Common Airborne Illnesses It’s approximated that about 300 million people suffer from some type of airborne illness annually. These illnesses spread through microparticles dispersed into the air. Infected patients can spread contagions as far as 6ft.  Medical treatment is usually sought out to help treat these illnesses once they’re contracted, but these medical options do not work to prevent said illnesses. If you’ve come down with an illness such as the flu, medical professionals may suggest bed rest and fluid intake as your only treatment.  What Is Halotherapy  The practice of...

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Jan 12 2021

Can I Bring My Kids For Halotherapy?

Children And Halotherapy With spring fast approaching, what comes to mind first? Is it the April showers or maybe the May flowers? The birds chirping as you stroll through the park perhaps. Those who suffer from allergies can think about one thing, and one thing only; pollen. A majority of these springtime allergy sufferers are kids! While all of their friends are outside playing they go outside and start sniffling, only to immediately retreat back inside to the safety of their air purifier. It can seem nearly impossible to wrangle a...

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Jan 12 2021

What Can Salt Therapy Do For Me?

What Are The Benefits Of Salt Therapy? Spas globally have taken wellness to a whole other level; and that level is salt therapy. Salt therapy, otherwise known as “Halotherapy”, is similar to spending a day by the salty seashore. Have you ever wondered why you feel so much better after a day at the beach? We’ll give you a hint, it’s not from the relaxing sounds of waves crashing on the shore. We’re here to tell you all about the benefits halotherapy can bring and see if it’s the right option...

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