Salt therapy procedures improved clinical state in 85% of mild and moderate asthma cases, 75% of severe asthma cases and 97% of chronic bronchitis and bronchiectasis. The number of common cold cases during cold season was reduced to half with Salt Therapy.
Salt inhalations produce positive effect on the airways of tobacco smokers. It relieves cough & sputum, improves local defence mechanisms and strengthens resistance of mucous membranes of tobacco smokers owing to decreased colonization activity of pathogenic microorganisms and increased SIgA.
Salt therapy helps in combating Respiratory, Lungs and Skin related issues. Salt therapy studies have shown that dry salt possess anti-inflammatory activity in the respiratory tract, mucuregulatory action. Hence it enhances drainage of the bronchi, activates alveolar macrophages, improves biacenosis and local humoral immunity which resulting people with chronic upper respiratory conditions, seasonal allergies, sinusitis, bronchitis and skin disorders deriving significant benefits. Evaluation of respiratory symptoms and functional parameters by persons with risk of lung diseases confirmed their significant changes.
Apart from that, salt therapy gives indirect benefits i.e detoxifying body, promoting relaxation, mental and emotional calming and rejuvenation, balancing hormones and increasing energy levels, better sleep, reducing joint pain and muscle cramps.