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Halotherapy can be important for children due to its potential benefits for respiratory health, immune system support, and overall well-being. Inhaling microscopic salt particles in a controlled environment may help alleviate symptoms of respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies, and bronchitis. By reducing inflammation and improving lung function, halotherapy can potentially make breathing easier for children and reduce the frequency of respiratory symptoms. The natural antibacterial and antiviral properties of salt may also enhance the immune system, making children less susceptible to common illnesses and infections. Moreover, the calming and relaxing atmosphere of a salt room can promote relaxation, reduce stress levels, and contribute to better sleep quality. While further research is needed, halotherapy offers a non-invasive and drug-free option that could complement traditional treatments and support the well-being of children.

Ear Infections

Ear infections primarily occur because of the bacteria and viruses that reach the middle inner ear very easily, causing blockage in that area and inflammation. Your child’s ear infection can clear up a lot faster with salt therapy due to salt’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which help cleanse their ear canals and help with swelling.

Child Asthma

When your child breathes in the salt, it’ll help absorb the toxins and allergens in their respiratory tract, eliminating them from the body. By freeing your child of harmful allergens, you’re reducing the risk of triggering an asthma attack. You’ll also be able to manage irritating symptoms like shortness of breath, wheezing, and chest tightness. 

Cold & Flu

When your child is sick, they have a buildup of mucus that cannot be drained due to the swelling or bacteria found in the respiratory tract or nasal passages. Help alleviate these symptoms with salt therapy — it’s antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and completely safe! When inhaled, the salt particles penetrate deep within the respiratory system and nasal passages of your little one, which help target and kill the bacterial pathogens and release mucus. Getting children to take medicine can be a tough sell, but salt therapy can be a fun way to provide them with natural relief. 

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Boost your child’s immune system

Keep your child from coming home sick from school or daycare by introducing salt therapy into their routine and boosting their immune system. As your kid breathes in the salty air in our children’s suite, it’s entering deep into their lungs, eliminating bacteria and pollutants from their respiratory tract. The children’s salt cave is a fun clean place to play.

Clear nasal passageways and reduce swelling

As the salt works its way into your child’s sinus and respiratory systems, it’s working as an anti-inflammatory agent, reducing inflammation, allowing the airways to open, and removing mucus from the body. You’ll notice that your child may have a cough and a runny nose after visiting, as their airways continue to expand, allowing their bodies to get rid of bacteria, and allergens. After frequent visits, you’ll start to notice less ear infections and colds, too! 

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