Himalayan Salt Cave
Is an alternative treatment for the body that consists in exposure to sodium chloride, or salt, is also known as the salt therapy.
A modern halotherapy session consists stayng into a salt room where there is a microclimate similar to that of a natural cave brackish, or in which is located sodium chloride micronized. In such places, which are often found within spa or spas, also the walls and the ceiling are covered with salt and, to make the atmosphere saturated with sodium chloride.
The salt can be inhaled to the deepest level of the lungs , where it dissolves and attracts the positive charges, as small impurities, pollutants or allergens, which are then expelled through coughing, blood flow and leave the body in other metabolic processes. A session of halotherapy subject to adult lasts about 45 minutes.
Several clinical studies have shown that inhaled salty air has an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory action in the entire respiratory tract.
Salt therapy can be applied to a wider range of symptoms and conditions, including: allergies, allergic rhinitis, or hay fever, flu, sore throat, cough, catarrh, sinusitis, chronic bronchitis, emphysema or chronic lung disease, ear infections.