* chronic bronchitis
* improving mood
* chest tightness
Salt has been used for many years as an ordinary household remedy. Whether it be inhaling saline sprays, using neti pots, or inhaling salty steam, the inherent natural benefits of salt have been well documented.
Additionally, for hundreds of years people have flocked to oceans, most notably the Dead Sea, for the natural health effects derived from salt air. Some claim increased health benefits from the salt air. Since we do not have an ocean nearby, our Salt room is available to mimic the effects of being near the ocean or in a salt mine.
Relax in the calm and soothing surroundings of our salt room, designed to cleanse and restore through the exposure to all natural salt air.
Halotherapy is not intended to take the place of modern medicine. Any health issues should be treated by a licensed medical doctor, and any questions relating to halotherapy, or use of the salt room should be directed to a medical professional. We do not diagnose any health issues or conditions, nor does it recommend or suggest any form of treatment.
Whether you’re struggling with a recurring respiratory condition or simply feeling fatigued, Halotherapy can help revitalize your immune system and provide lasting benefits.
At Creative Twist Salon our services provide relief for clients dealing with a wide variety of conditions, including: Allergies
* ear infections
* cystic fibrosis
What is Halotherapy?
Halotherapy, or dry Salt Therapy, is known worldwide as a natural, drug-free and safe complimentary experience. Halotherapy originated in Europe in the mid 1800’s when the owner of a salt mine in Poland noticed that his workers in the salt mines did not seem to have many health problems. He attributed it to them being exposed to the salt air climate. Soon spas opened in the salt caves and today halotherapy is popular in Europe, Russia, Canada, and now in the USA. In our salt rooms, pure, dry salt is ground down very fine, and blown into the room. Salt air is breathed in and the non-inhaled salt particles fall onto the skin. For more information on salt therapy, and studies, please visit the Salt Therapy Association website: www.salttherapyassociation.org/main