All you have to do is and sit breathe

Try a salt room

Try a salt room

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As the season changes and the days become shorter and cooler, many people are experiencing the onset of allergies, respiratory and skin conditions.

A common condition that can flare up during the cooler months is asthma.

Asthma is a chronic condition in the lungs which tightens the muscles surrounding the airways and inflammation from the irritation and swelling of the bronchi. 

The airways narrow causing a series of symptoms. 

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If you experience coughing, breathlessness, wheezing and a tight feeling in your chest, then salt therapy is for you.

Salt therapy is a natural and non-invasive therapy that has been used for centuries to help relieve congestion, inflammation and allergies of the airways.

As you inhale the micro-particles of salt, they are able to draw out irritants causing inflammation and can loosen congestion for the body to easily expel.

These micro-particles of salt assist the body to open up airways allowing easier breathing, increased oxygen saturation and better overall health.

All you have to do is relax on a deck chair in our peaceful room and listen to the gentle crashing of waves in the background.

Just like a day at the beach. And best yet it is safe and just as effective for children. 

Salt Sanctuary, found in Middle Street, Cleveland, has many clients who have experienced relief for their asthma through ongoing treatment in our salt rooms.

Mary is one such client, and she has happily stated on video that salt therapy has been able to improve her health immensely.

She had tried everything else that her doctor and physiotherapist had been able to offer without much success before she came to our salt rooms. 

She was unable to have a conversation without a lot of coughing, was low on energy, couldn’t walk far and generally was feeling unwell.

We love seeing her visit now, happy with energy and able to talk easily.

Check out her video on Salt Sanctuary’s Facebook page