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Halotherapy, also known as salt therapy, is a natural and alternative therapy that involves breathing in salty air to promote various health benefits. The term "halo" is derived from the Greek word for salt. Halotherapy is typically conducted in special rooms called salt rooms or salt caves, where the air is infused with fine particles of salt.

During a halotherapy session, Sit or relax in a salt room while tiny salt particles are released into the air. These particles can be inhaled, allowing them to reach the respiratory system and skin. The salt used in halotherapy can be natural rock salt or pharmaceutical-grade salt, depending on the specific method and location.

 

Halotherapy can help with:

Respiratory Conditions

Skin Conditions

Performance Benefits

Sleep and Stress ~ Anxiety and Depression

Children's Benefits

The salt particles have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal properties, which may reduce inflammation, clear mucus, and improve breathing. Additionally, halotherapy is often sought out for its potential to promote relaxation, stress reduction, and skin health.

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