Salt Therapy’s Proven Effectiveness

Benefiting from Halotherapy

The benefits of halotherapy have been widely researched and reported in a range of professional medical and general literature over the past few decades. The researches have been showing that the halotherapy is very efficient in treatment and prevention of:

  • Respiratory disorders: asthma, COPD, or chronic ENT problems
  • Respiratory allergies: pollen, mold, dust mites, fungi
  • Frequent colds

It also helps those with:

  • Environmental or occupational exposure to irritants, such as pollutants, chemicals or other hazardous substances
  • Family history of asthma, allergies, eczema
  • A history of smoking or exposure to second-hand smoke
  • Skin diseases: acne, psoriasis, eczema
  • Stress, depression, chronic fatigue
Classical Controlled Halotherapy

Halotherapy was developed as a medical treatment, and thus required scientific and clinical evidence for safety and efficacy. Numerous researches on Halotherapy’s effectiveness in different fields of health care have been conducted. Click here for the list of studies Clinical Studies – Moderate Asthma Halotherapy reduced the need for medication and increased in remission in complex treatment of patients with moderate asthma. Clinical Studies – COPD Efficacy of Controlled Halotherapy in treatment of patients with respiratory diseases and high risk factors for developing COPD*. Treatment Course: 12-20 daily sessions. Session duration – 60 minutes. Clinical Studies – ARVI Halotherapy for prevention of acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) 2 treatments a week during a 3-month period

A LONDON SALT THERAPY CLINIC REPORTED THE FOLLOWING:

“One of our little patients through the school program was a 7 year old boy. He has suffered with eczema since he was a baby. This year his eczema was particularly unbearable and the medication prescribed by our [general practitioner] just didn’t seem to work. It was very painful for this little boy; at nights he would scratch it in his sleep until it bled. “the school teacher recommended salt therapy for the [mom] and that is how we got in contact. End of september they started to come for the therapy. They came twice a week for a 1-hour session. He was wearing shorts, so that his skin was exposed to the salty air. After just three sessions we noticed the difference in his eczema and after just seven sessions the condition had completely cleared up.”