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Try all-natural halotherapy in Boise, ID

Do you suffer from a chronic respiratory condition or skin irritation? Dry salt therapy, or halotherapy, has been proven to have a positive effect on a variety of breathing and skin concerns. This may translate to better lung function, fewer spasmodic attacks and clearer air passages.

Visit Salt Sanctuary in Boise, ID today to discover the benefits of dry salt therapy for yourself.

The proof is in the salt

The multiple effects of dry salt therapy work to cleanse the respiratory system and help eliminate toxins in the body. As microparticles of salt enter your lungs and land on your skin, they may counter the effects of health and skin conditions, like:

Acne/Eczema/ Psoriasis
Cystic fibrosis

One session of halotherapy can kill harmful bacteria in your body and promote natural healing. For more information, speak with one of our experts today.

Halotherapy & Asthma

Dry Salt Therapy can Help Alleviate the Symptoms of Asthma

Asthma is a condition in which your airways narrow and swell to produce excess mucus. This can make breathing more difficult and trigger wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath. Asthma can't be cured, but its symptoms can
be controlled.

How Dry Salt Therapy Works:

Dry Salt Therapy (halotherapy) consistently demonstrates a positive effect on asthma symptoms. Over a series of sessions, inhalation of dry salt aerosol will bring about the improvement in mucus removal, decrease of bronchial
inflammation, the decrease or elimination of pathogenic microorganisms, and a reduction of bronchial hyper- responsiveness.

This translates into better lung function, fewer spasmodic attacks, and clearer air passages. Naturally, antibacterial and anti- inflammatory sodium chloride particles are carried into the deepest areas of the bronchial system
due to the unique aerosol dispersal system and the microscopic size of the particles.

In controlled studies, the majority of subjects showed reduced bronchial obstruction, better drain function of airways, and improved viscosity of bronchial secretions. The number and intensity of asthma attacks were reduced,
respiratory discomfort diminished or disappeared, which allowed most to reduce or even eliminate prescribed medications.

*While there are many clinical and scientific studies conducted on dry salt therapy (halotherapy) throughout the world, the FDA has not evaluated the statements made here. Dry salt therapy is not intended to diagnosis, treat,
cure, or prevent any disease but rather be an additional modality that may help ease symptoms. Dry salt therapy is not intended to replace medications or treatments. Any health issues should be treated by a licensed medical professional and any further questions
relating to halotherapy should be directed to your physician.

Cited Source: Salt Therapy Association