Breathing

Breathing. It’s the first and last thing we do in life, so it’s kind of a big deal!

Pollutants, airborne diseases, bacteria, allergens, smoking and other irritating factors all play a role in our overall health and well-being. Often being difficult to avoid, regular exposure to these conditions are how most breathing conditions are triggered.

How many of you live each day being short of breath, wheezy, constantly coughing and frequently catching chest infections? A lot of people just accept this and put up with it. When you think of how important your breathing is to you, you might want to invest some time in improving it…

It doesn’t matter whether you have a diagnosed condition or just experience these symptoms often, You don’t have to live like this every day. With Asthma now affecting 1 in 11 people in the UK, breathing conditions are on the rise. For many reversible conditions like asthma—airways can return to normal and lung function can be improved with a little help from Salt Therapy. A reduction in pre-scribed medication can also be achieved with regular treatment. Reducing reliance on your inhaler, anti-biotics or steroid based prescriptions would be nice wouldn’t it?

For chronic irreversible conditions, quality of life can be improved. The reduction in breathlessness, clearance of mucus and increase in energy can be achieved whilst spending time relaxing. Taking back your life to improve daily struggles like walking, climbing stairs and playing with children/grandchildren can be the key to a happier life. Keeping your airways in optimum health and reducing the risk of infection is a goal we want to help you achieve.

Salt Therapy can provide relief from a variety of respiratory conditions such as: asthma, COPD, breathlessness, allergies, the common cold, coughing, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, and chest infections.

Breathing. It’s the first and last thing we do in life, so it’s kind of a big deal!

Pollutants, airborne diseases, bacteria, allergens, smoking and other irritating factors all play a role in our overall health and well-being. Often being difficult to avoid, regular exposure to these conditions are how most breathing conditions are triggered.

How many of you live each day being short of breath, wheezy, constantly coughing and frequently catching chest infections? A lot of people just accept this and put up with it. When you think of how important your breathing is to you, you might want to invest some time in improving it…

It doesn’t matter whether you have a diagnosed condition or just experience these symptoms often, You don’t have to live like this every day. With Asthma now affecting 1 in 11 people in the UK, breathing conditions are on the rise. For many reversible conditions like asthma—airways can return to normal and lung function can be improved with a little help from Salt Therapy. A reduction in pre-scribed medication can also be achieved with regular treatment. Reducing reliance on your inhaler, anti-biotics or steroid based prescriptions would be nice wouldn’t it?

For chronic irreversible conditions, quality of life can be improved. The reduction in breathlessness, clearance of mucus and increase in energy can be achieved whilst spending time relaxing. Taking back your life to improve daily struggles like walking, climbing stairs and playing with children/grandchildren can be the key to a happier life.

Keeping your airways in optimum health and reducing the risk of infection is a goal we want to help you achieve.

Salt Therapy can provide relief from a variety of respiratory conditions such as: asthma, COPD, breathlessness, allergies, the common cold, coughing, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, and chest infections.

In pursuit of easier breathing, improved lung function, and less reliance on prescription antibiotics, salt therapy offers a natural and drug-free method to cleanse and detoxify the lungs and invigorate the entire body as a direct result of increased oxygen intake. It works when the dry salt particles - ground to within 1-5 microns in size and released into the room - are inhaled, allowing them to travel throughout the respiratory tract from trachea to alveoli.

With anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, the salt dehydrates and kills bugs whilst widening airway passages. It is also a mucolytic - loosening retained mucus, tar and foreign allergens and accelerating their transportation - allowing them to exit the body.

A clean respiratory system naturally results in better lung function, increased energy and an improved immune system.

A majority of people who include salt therapy in their wellness routine may find relief from a variety of respiratory conditions such as: asthma, COPD, breathlessness, allergies, the common cold, coughing, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, and chest infections.

 

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