Salt therapy, also known as halotherapy, has been gaining popularity as a natural wellness practice that offers various health benefits. 

This unique therapy involves inhaling dry salt particles to improve respiratory and skin conditions. As interest in this alternative therapy grows, it’s natural to have questions about salt therapy. In this blog, we’ll delve into some commonly asked questions about salt therapy with Salt Revive and provide insightful answers to help you better understand how it could help support your health and wellness.

What is salt therapy?

Salt therapy, or halotherapy, is a holistic wellness practice that involves inhaling microscopic salt particles in a controlled environment. This therapy is typically done in a salt room where the walls and floors are covered with layers of salt crystals. The salt is ground into fine particles and released into the air. Breathing in the salty air offers many benefits for your respiratory and skin health.

How does salt therapy work?

Salt therapy works through a process known as negative ionisation. The salt particles in the air produce negative ions, which can positively impact your overall well-being. Breathing in these negatively charged ions helps to reduce inflammation, clear mucus and allergens from the airways, and improve skin conditions.

What conditions can salt therapy help with?

Salt therapy is beneficial for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Respiratory issues such as asthma, COPD, bronchitis, and allergies
  • Skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and acne
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Sinus congestion and hay fever

Is salt therapy safe?

Salt therapy is a natural, safe treatment for children and the elderly. However, speaking with the Salt Revive experienced team regarding the short list of contradictions is advisable. 

How long does a salt therapy session last?

A typical adult salt therapy session lasts for 40 minutes and 30 minutes for a children’s session. During this time, you can relax in the salt room, breathe in the salt-infused air, and enjoy a tranquil atmosphere. Some people find the sessions to be quite soothing and use them as an opportunity to meditate or practice mindfulness.

How many sessions are recommended?

The recommended number of salt therapy sessions can vary depending on individual needs and goals. Some people may experience noticeable improvements after just a few sessions, while others may require more frequent visits. It’s best to consult with the Salt Revive team to determine a personalised plan based on your specific health concerns.

Can I do salt therapy at home?

While commercial salt therapy facilities are designed to provide a controlled environment for optimal results, some salt therapy products are available for home use. These may include salt inhalers, salt lamps, and salt-infused skincare products. However, the effectiveness of these home-based options may differ from the controlled conditions of a professional salt room.

Don’t forget, we also now have our mobile salt therapy options, so we could also bring our award-winning salt therapy treatment to you!

To find out the best salt therapy treatment for you, get in touch with our team today.