Salt Therapy Treatment for Asthma

Asthma is a major respiratory disease affecting millions. 

Although the respiratory system is essentially in good working order, the bronchi which are small tubes carrying air in and out of the lungs become inflamed and more sensitive than usual. Salt Therapy or halotherapy can not only bring much-needed relief for persons suffering from asthma but also prevent the frequent recurrence of symptoms.


This non-drug alternative respiratory treatment for asthma works by:

  • Killing bacteria

  • Reducing inflammation of the airways

  • It reduces IgE levels, which means the immune system won’t over-react to asthma/allergy triggers.


Salt therapy treatment for asthma has been a preferred alternative treatment in Europe for nearly 200 years. In Eastern Europe and Russia, it is known as speleotherapy with salt sanitariums established in caves. Now, this treatment is available here at SALT WAVE instead of having to travel to the salt caves of Europe. Here you will find the simulated microclimate of these caves through the use of a Polish medically certified machine known as a halogenerator.

For long-term results, 10 – 30 sessions are recommended for long term asthma results, with 2 or 3 sessions per week. In most clients after a course of salt therapy, airways become normal and symptoms disappear. The treatment’s efficacy is estimated at 75-95%.

For Asthma sufferers: You will notice the immediate difference in your breath.

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