Mechanisms of Halotherapy, Speleotherapy and Salt Therapy Explained: A Better Breathing Guide

The ancient traditional Hindu science of health and medicine, Ayurveda, recommends washing nasal cavities with saline water daily. This practice, called ‘Neti’, has been utilized by Yogis for preparation of extended meditations and Yoga practices to ensure clean and open airways, resulting in easy breathing.

It is easy to dismiss Grandma’s advice to gargle with saline water as an old time cure left behind by science. As Dr. Philip T. Hagen said, gargling with lukewarm saline water eases sore throats and speeds up recovery from flues and colds, and can draw excess fluid from inflamed tissue in the throat, also releaving the pain. Dr. Philip Hagen has also stressed that gargling with saline water loosens thick mucus, which can remove irritants like allergens, bacteria and fungi from the throat.

Salt concentration in human blood is 0.9% by volume. Human tears and sweat are saline as well. This presence of saline … Read More

Halotherapy As the Simplest Way to Your Good Health

The humble salt occupying our kitchen shelves and forming the part of our every meal has more beneficial properties than one. Salt treatment or halotherapy as it better known as is a powerful natural treatment that uses all of the benefits associated with salt in a manner that heals your body. The use of this treatment has been prevalent since the 18th century, and it has still not lost ground due to constant modern-day medical experts and doctors. It is known to benefit patients by cleansing their airways and rejuvenating their skin.

The effects of halotherapy in healing the body

The popularity of Salt Therapy comes from the fact that it helps the body in more ways than one. Everyone from the Ayurveda practitioners to the new-age doctors has been all praises for this treatment which helps the body in the following ways.

Anti-inflammatory effect: The particles cause a reduction … Read More