If you’re someone who continually struggles with lung issues, such as asthma, a stubborn cough, or bronchitis, halotherapy treatment may help make breathing a bit easier for you. Also known as salt therapy, halotherapy offers quite a few benefits. It uses salt air to promote detoxification, improve respiratory health, and boost immune resilience. In addition to helping with lung problems, it can also help you relax and even alleviate some allergies and skin conditions.
The DRIPBaR is happy to offer halotherapy treatments to help our clients better manage lung problems. Though this is not a cure for illness or disease, it can be a helpful tool in your overall treatment regimen.
Halotherapy is a practice that involves breathing in salty air in a cool, calm environment. These salt rooms are either active or passive and each offers different benefits. Active salt rooms use a salt machine that breaks down salt into small particles that circulate through the air, while passive salt rooms are more like salt caves and consist of different types of salt. There is a lower concentration of salt in passive rooms, and they are designed more for meditation and relaxation. At The DRIPBaR, our HaloIR® suite combines halotherapy with an infrared sauna to relieve muscle tension and stress, speed up recovery, and enhance sports performance. The combined effects of these therapies engage all five senses for a transformative experience.
Is Halotherapy Right for You?
Though halotherapy has been around for centuries, it has only recently caught on as a self-care routine. Therefore, many of the studies on the effects are in their early stages and there is little data about this treatment. However, early studies have shown encouraging signs of some benefits.
Halotherapy can be used for the following:
The DRIPBaR team can help you better understand halotherapy, decide if it is a good option for you, and formulate a plan.
Our Comprehensive Approach to Wellness
At The DRIPBaR, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to health and wellness. Everybody is unique, and every body is different. For this reason, we take the time to learn about you and your concerns before recommending any treatments. Our halotherapy treatment is just one of many options available to our clients, and this is something we often recommend in addition to our IV drips. Pairing halotherapy with IV therapy can deliver even more powerful benefits.