Halotherapy or salt therapy is carried out in a salt room or salt cave. Halotherapy is a therapeutic method that is used in the treatment of respiratory and skin diseases. The therapy is based on the inhallation of crystalline microparticles of salt and exposure of the body to rock salt in dry aerosol form.
A halogenerator blows dry aerosol micro particles into the room and this negatively ionises the air and saturates it with precious, life giving elements. The room temperature ranges from between 20 and 25 ⁰ C, the humidity is 40-50%, with a high concentration of negative ions. With salt therapy in the salt room, you are also, exposed to chroromatherapy andmusic therapy.
Time spent in the salt room has a beneficial effect on the respiratory system as it naturally dissolves mucus in the lungs and sinuses as well as having an anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect. It normalises the functioning of the central nervous system, reduces fatigue and has an anti-stress effect. It is used for skin problems such as seborrhea, psoriasis, skin inflammation, eczema and dermatitis.
It has a beneficial effect on recreational and professional athletes, cleansing the respiratory system and increasing lung capacity.