Like most sufferers, you probably try to manage your asthma with inhalers
But did you know that salt therapy can provide a natural therapy
for asthma alongside these traditional treatments?
With regular salt therapy, many people report less coughing, less
congestion – and easier breathing. Some of our clients even tell us they
don’t need to use their Ventolin as often.
Salt therapy relieves congestion, inflammation and allergies of the airways.
Breathing dry salt lines the walls of your airways. This helps clear mucus,
allergens and other asthma triggers.
The salt can also thin your mucus and make it less sticky. So it’s easier for your body to expel it.
Asthma is a chronic lung condition that makes breathing difficult. An asthma attack occurs when your airways inflame – making it difficult to carry oxygen to your lungs.
This results in asthma symptoms of coughing, chest tightness, wheezing and shortness of breath.
While various factors cause asthma, such as a family history or premature birth, there are other forms of asthma that can affect anyone. For example, thunderstorm asthma is triggered by an unusual combination of high pollen and a local thunderstorm.
You can learn more about asthma on the Asthma Australia website and by speaking to your GP.
“For the first time in my adult life I could breathe without shortness or the asthmatic wheeze.”
“For my entire life I have suffered from asthma. Luckily one night, a family member recommended that I should try salt therapy.
I maintained a routine which included 45 minutes of salt therapy most days a week. For the first time in my adult life I could breathe without shortness or the asthmatic wheeze.
In February 2017, I completed a trek to Mount Everest Base Camp, which was a round trip of 150km at high altitude, and not once did my asthma return.”
“The transformation since my weekly visits to Salts of the Earth has been nothing but truly amazing”
“To my great delight, the coughs had stopped, the asthma was improved and we no longer needed to use puffers on a daily basis.”
“After a endless run of coughs, snot and asthma we heard rave reviews from several friends about salt therapy so we decided to give it a go. A little skeptical at first but after a few sessions, to my great delight, the coughs had stopped, the asthma was improved and we no longer needed to use puffers on a daily basis.
My daughter had some eczema on her legs which has also since cleared up since we started coming regularly.”