What is Salt Therapy?
...halotherapy has been used to provide relief from respiratory problems or certain skin conditions for centuries...
If you have ever breathed easier after spending a few days at the beach, you will know first-hand the relief salt air can provide. Breathing in salt air (otherwise known as halotherapy), has been used to provide relief from respiratory problems or certain skin conditions for centuries.
Salt Therapy at Salt Sanctuary involves stepping into a spacious 'cave-like' room with salt covered walls and floors, settling into a comfortable chair, listening to relaxing music, and breathing in salt infused air. We have two themed Salt Therapy rooms to cater to the needs of young or old. Our tropically themed kids room has a range of play options available, including toys, books, and a television. Our separate adult room offers a tranquil retreat for our clients, who can relax, de-stress, and enjoy the benefits of breathing in salt air.
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Conditions that Benefit from Salt Therapy
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How does Salt Therapy treat Asthma and other respiratory and Skin conditions?
...microscopic salt particles can absorb moisture, clear airways and attract allergens ...
Salt Therapy refers to the use of salt in a simulated microclimate (similar to that found in European salt caves) to treat respiratory and skin conditions. The temperature in our sealed salt rooms is kept between 20 and 23 degrees Celsius, humidity is monitored and maintained at 40% to 60%, and the air is constantly infused with negatively charged ions dispersed by a purpose-built halotherapy diffuser. This diffuser grinds pharmaceutical grade salt into superfine particles of between 1 – 5 microns that are then distributed throughout the salt room as a dry salt solution.These microscopic salt particles can be inhaled into the deepest part of the lungs where they can absorb moisture, clear airways and attract allergens. Salt particles resting on exposed skin can help minimise the symptoms of a number of skin conditions.