Breathe Easier With Halotherapy

A beautiful summer day at the beach.  Rolling waves, a few puffy clouds in a sunny sky, warm breeze and your oh, so comfy zero gravity lounger.  Sounds great, doesn't it?  I thought it was just the relaxing setting that made me breathe easier. Turns out some of that sea salt could be helping.

Back in the early 1800's Eastern European salt miners realized their job was good for their health,  you don't hear that too often!  These miners had no respiratory ailments or skin conditions.  Dr. Feliks Boczkowski studied this and founded the first salt spa at the  Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland in 1839.  It's still in operation today.

Flash forward to World War II.  Salt mines were used as bomb shelters.  People suffering from Asthma reported that their symptoms had improved after spending time in the mines.

Himalayan Salt has antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.It loosens excessive mucus, removes pathogens and reduces immune system over sensitivity.  According to Dr. R. Richard Leinhardt of New York City, "Saline in the lungs eliminate toxins and allows the body to excrete impurities through ionic exchange.  Himalayan salt emits negative ions that are absorbed by your body when you inhale them; these ions are important for daily activities such as fluid exchange and balance and conduction of muscles and nerves" .

Many clinical studies  all over the world have reported improvement in COPD, Asthma, Cystic Fibrosis, Allergies, Sinusitis, overall Respiratory Health and Dermatology.  

After reading all this information I decided to give it a try.  I have suffered from Asthma and seasonal allergies my entire life and was truly surprised by the results from daily use of my salt inhaler.  

Not every day can be a day at the beach, but you can breathe a little easier every day with your Himalayan Salt Inhaler.