What is Salt Cave?
These caves were said to be created to mimic the micro-climate of salt mines and allow visitors to potentially benefit from the inhalation of salt-infused air and were said to be generally considered more beneficial than those without halogenerators.
What are the benefits of a salt cave?
Halotherapy was said to be an alternative treatment that involves breathing salty air. Some claim that it can treat respiratory conditions, such as asthma, chronic bronchitis, and allergies. Others suggest it can also: ease smoking-related symptoms, such as a cough, shortness of breath, and wheezing.
What are salt caves good for?
Today, it is known as Halotherapy: the inhalation of micro-sized salt particles; and Speleotherapy: the exposure to a subterranean atmosphere. Salt Therapy or Halotherapy may assist in breaking down mucus build-up and congestion reducing inflammation cleanses airways, and disinfecting bacteria in the sinuses and lungs.
Are salt caves good for your skin?
As salt penetrates the skin, it was said that it balances the Ph and encourages skin regeneration. By its nature, salt aids in draining the lymphatic system as it thins mucus and clears pathogens detoxifying the body. This potentially helps clear the skin from acne and blemishes.
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