WHAT IS THE SALT ROOM?
DO SALT ROOMS REALLY WORK ?
Salt is a natural disinfectant with preserving and antibacterial properties, it has been used in medical practices for hundreds of years according to a review published in the Environmental Engineering and Management Journal.
Even today, you probably participate in some form of wet salt therapy without knowing it. Whenever you gargle with salt water, use saline to clean your nose, or exfoliate with a salt scrub, you’re engaging in a form of wet salt therapy.
Dry salt therapy, which is also known as halotherapy, is a little less common—and less understood. It typically involves dispersing small particles of salt into the air, allowing people to breathe it in.
The most common forms of halotherapy involve salt beds and salt rooms. Our salt room is really helpful for sessions in salt therapy or halotherapy, and other types of treatments that are associated with salt . Inhaling salt is a new treatment method for respiratory problems and Physicians have recently proved that inhaling in an atmosphere full of salt could be effective in curing asthma and allergy.
The other function of salt therapy is cleansing the lungs from urban and industrial pollutants. Those who refer to the Respiratory Center for cleaning their lungs stay 45 minutes or more in cave-like rooms which are full of salt. Inhaling in such an atmosphere could destroy bacteria, and cleanse nasal mucosa and lungs. The salt applied in these rooms is ionized.
These rooms include salt and minerals which are not harmful to health.” therapy scheme has come under serious consideration in European nations and we decided to have this room and this scheme in our hotel for accommodation and even for salt therapy with traditional decor and offer our tourists that visit our hotels.