What is Himalayan salt therapy?

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Have you ever noticed your skin clearer and your breathing lighter and smoother after a day at the beach? It's the result of inhaling the natural salts in the air. Well, not everyone can afford togo to the beach on a regular basis.So an
alternative to the beach is Himalayan salt therapy.
There are two types of salt therapy: dry salt therapy and wet salt therapy.Inhaling salt from the beach mixed with water vapor is called wet salt therapy. Breathing dry salt particles from a salt room or cave is called dry salt therapy and is
more beneficial than wet salt therapy.

Halo therapy, also known as salt therapy, involves inhaling air containing small particles of salt.Halotherapy is considered a complementary therapy for lung diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, and cough.Halotherapy is often performed in a spa-like salt chamber. The most widely used salt in this therapy is Himalayan Pink Rock Salt. Therefore, it is also known as Himalayan salt therapy.

Studies show that Himalayan salt crystals release naturally occurring negative ions to fight stress and fatigue.These ions also promote well-being. The natural antibacterial, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and superabsorbent
propertiesof Himalayan rock salt are useful in a variety of health and skin treatments.

What Does Salt Therapy Do?

Salt is more than just a flavoring agent. Dry salt therapy uses salt's natural healing properties to detoxify the lungs. Inhaling salt vapor in a salt room helps you breathe easier, absorb more oxygen, and clear your lungs of smoke, dust,
mist, pollen, and other irritants. It is effective for various health conditions including snoring, sleep apnea, asthma, bronchitis, COPD, eczema, psoriasis, and more.

The salt particles can help rejuvenate the skin, balance the pH and clear the pores. The concentration of particles in the salt sauna is 15 times higher than in the sea, 45 minutes of treatment is equivalent to 3 days at the beach.