COPD and Salt Therapy
Breathe easier, naturally
Improve your quality of life
What is COPD?
COPD describes a group of lung conditions that make it difficult to empty the air out of the lungs because the airways have narrowed.
COPD happens when the lungs become inflamed, damaged and narrowed. There is no cure for COPD, but some treatments could help to ease the symptoms. For people who have COPD, Salt Therapy can help reduce symptoms, help you breathe more comfortably and naturally and improve your quality of life.
The main cause of COPD is smoking, but it can be caused by long term exposure to dust or harmful fumes.
Symptoms can include breathlessness and wheezing, a persistent cough and suffering from regular chest infections.
Imagine a world where:
You feel less breathless
Your symptoms are reduced
Your lungs feel healthier
How does salt therapy help COPD?
Salt has many natural medicinal properties. You may have seen on the NHS website it advises you to gargle with salt water if you have a sore throat.
Salt is naturally:
Is a dehydrant
Is a detoxifier
A natural antihistamine
When you suffer with COPD, your lungs become inflamed and can be prone to infection. It is this that can cause the tightening feeling in your chest and your inability to get a decent lungful of air.
With salt being a natural anti-inflammatory, the tiny microparticles are breathed deep into your respiratory tract and lungs and help to ease inflammation, which results in you feeling like you can breathe much easier.
How does it work?
All you have to do is sit back on recliner chairs in our softly lit salt rooms, enjoying the relaxing music and candles and breathe in the tiny microparticles of salt that our specialist machines release into the room.
These will travel deep into your airways and lungs and help to ease inflammation and clear any bacteria or virus that may be lurking, also helping to give your lungs a good detox.
Your first session is half price at £16 and our monthly packages mean you can enjoy sessions from just £8.25 each.
To book, please contact us by phone on 01482 679453 or click on the Contact Us button below to send us a message.