Salt Therapy Supplements Asthma Management
Using Natural Salt Treatments to Improve Asthma Symptoms
Are you sick and tired of dealing with the seemingly endless number of asthma flares that seem to haunt you every day? Are you fed up with the wheezing, gasping for breath, and never-ending coughs that are all too familiar for asthma suffered? If so, then you are in luck because The Salt Room has the answer you have been searching for. With their specially designed treatment process, The Salt Room offers a natural remedy to reduce asthma symptoms while also improving your overall lung function and capacity. salt therapy asthma
What is Asthma? And What Causes It?
Asthma is a well-known and highly studied chronic disease that attacks the lungs and causes inflammation and damage to the airways. It is commonly characterized by sudden and, at times, severe episodes of chest tightness, wheezing, cough, and difficulty breathing. Asthma is technically an over-reaction of the person’s body. Their immune system triggers an inflammatory reaction against an allergen that is so severe that it harms the healthy cells of the body.
There is a wide range of allergens that can cause an asthma attack to occur. Many of the common allergens include irritants such as dust mites, pollens, dander, mold, smoke, cold air, strong odors, and exercise. Even though asthma is a chronic condition with no real cure, there are ways to mage the symptoms and lessen their severity so you can maintain a better quality of life. The most common treatments are corticosteroid inhalers or oral medications. In severe cases, when the lungs are so inflamed you can’t take a full breath easily, you may need to be given a nebulizer treatment and be given supplemental oxygen until your symptoms improve.
How Can Salt Therapy Improve Asthma Symptoms?
While these medications are effective and have helped save countless lives, they are not without adverse side effects. This is why the search for effective natural treatments has been ongoing for many years. The Salt Room has brought a natural remedy for asthma that uses natural salt to soothe irritated and inflamed airways. Salt therapy, also called halotherapy, is a natural remedy that puts fine particles of salt into the air for the asthmatic individual to breathe.
Many people have born witness to the fact that when you go to the beach, you tend to feel better and often can breathe sassier as well. This is partly because of the salt content in the air at the beach. At The Salt Room, their specialized treatment rooms have up to 800,000 particles of salt registered, whereas, at the beach, there are only about 1,000 particles. This exposure to natural salt helps thin mucus in the lungs, soothes irritation, and improves breathing for most people with asthma.
How Salt Treatments Work
When a patient inhales the salt aerosol used in these salt rooms, it is absorbed into your airways, attacking the irritants that are causing the swelling and tightness in the lungs. Salt is also a natural antibiotic and cleanser, and it can help kill the bacteria and other germs that can cause some common asthma symptoms. It also cleans the surfaces of your throat, nose, and lungs so oxygen can get into the lungs and thus into the bloodstream easier to help you stay oxygenated and energetic.
These effects of inhaling salt aerosol are varied and rely heavily on each individual’s unique situation, biology, and asthma history. For some people, the results of a few treatments may last for several months, or the treatments may need to be repeated every 2-4 weeks for a time and then adjusted to a more spread out treatment scheduled. At Salt Room, there are different packages and treatment plans to choose from, and their team of professionals can help you determine what regiment is right for you.
Medical Statement and Disclosure
It is important to note that salt therapy is not a cure for asthma, and individuals would still need to have their regular medication and emergency inhalers on hand in case of a flareup. Additionally, it is important to consult your doctor before beginning any new treatments or discontinuing any current treatments or medications for your asthma.
In conclusion, in conjunction with regular medical attention and an inhaler when appropriate, salt therapy can help supplement the management of asthmatic symptoms. Consider halotherapy as a viable avenue if you want to take more control over your symptoms and health. Offered at the Salt Room Wesley Chapel is a wide selection of packages and deals to introduce you to the world of salt therapy as a restorative and rejuvenating practice.