How Does Dry Salt Therapy Compare To Sea Air?

Dry Salt Therapy sessions resemble spending time at the beach and breathing in the salty, sea air. The level of particles in Salt Therapy is about 10 to 15 times the concentration found at the ocean.  

 

Salt is a natural anti-inflammatory and has the capacity to draw fluid. Sea air is moist, so the anti-inflammatory effects are lessened. As your breathe in dry salt in the salt room, the molecular particles line your air passages and begin to draw the fluid out from the inflamed airway. The salt mixes with the fluid and cleanses the air passages, resulting in the individual coughing up the congestion.