Dry Salt Therapy for Allergies and Asthma Sufferers

Are you suffering from allergies or asthma? It is estimated that over 60 million people in the United States suffer from allergies, so you are definitely not alone! Dry salt therapy (halotherapy) reduces suffering from allergies and asthma.  Let’s see how…

Man blowing his nose with a circle of allergens around him


Allergies occur when your immune system reacts to something foreign such as pollen, pet dander, dust, mold or food.  Your immune system produces antibodies that believe these pathogens are harmful, even if they are not.  When you come in contact with that allergen, your immune system reacts which results in inflammation to your sinuses, airways, skin or digestive system.

Dry Salt Therapy and Allergies

Halotherapy involves sitting in a room while dry salt is dispersed through a device called a halogenerator.  Through your session, you take deep breaths of the salt.  The natural properties of the inhaled salt particles reduce inflammation which thins nasal and bronchial secretions. Reducing inflammation allows the contaminates to drain thereby reducing prolonged allergic episodes.  Quick relief is felt through salt’s ability to open your sinus passageways.  Salt’s natural cleansing properties reduce further allergic episodes as long as consistency in sessions is maintained. Even with just one session, you will likely notice the benefits. 



Asthma occurs when your airways narrow and swell to produce extra mucus. This can make breathing difficult and causes coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. Although asthma isn’t curable, it’s symptoms can be controlled with proper therapies.

Dry Salt Therapy and Asthma

Salt therapy is naturally anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral. Inhaling salt reduces bronchial inflammation and decreases pathogens in the respiratory systems. Over time, better lung function and fewer attacks occur due to having clearer air passages. Overtime, studies have shown that consistent use of salt therapy by asthma sufferers reduces the frequency and severity of attacks. Many are even able to stop or reduce prescribed medications through consultations with their prescribing physician.

Allergies and asthma often occur together. Dry salt therapy (halotherapy) reduces suffering from allergies and asthma.  As you can see, dry salt therapy is beneficial for both. The salt cleanses the sinus and bronchial pathways reducing inflammation. Consistency is the key to success when using dry salt therapy. Try our monthly membership to get as many sessions as your schedule allows!  Buy your monthly membership here Monthly membership


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