Frequently asked questions

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    What should I bring for my salt therapy session?
    Extra pair of clean socks, bottle of water and reading materials. (Ipad/IPhone/Kindle with zip lock bag on silent mode)
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    Does Salt Therapy have a side effect?
    Salt Therapy is a natural, non-invasive and 100% drug free with no side effects or potential health hazards.
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    What should I wear to the treatment sessions?
    Dress in comfortable, light color, casual clothes as you will remain entirely clothed for the session. The salt will not damage your clothes or leave any noticeable residue; therefore we require no special clothing. The only item that you remove is your shoes before entering the salt room.
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    What is Salt therapy?
    Salt Therapy is the process of breathing pure micronized salt emitted by a device known as a Salt Generator. These micronized salt particles can travel to the smallest and deepest areas of the lungs. Salt Therapy helps to support the body's immune system thinning and excreting mucus and in reducing airway inflammation.
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    What kind of Salt do we use?
    Our Halogenerators crush pure salt into small particles the size of 1 to 10 micrometer. Particles bigger then 5 micrometers are caught in the nose and throat, while smaller particles can penetrate deep into the lungs.
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    What will I experience when I sit in the salt room?
    Our salt room is designed to amplify the treatment experience and provide deep relaxation while inhaling our highly concentrated salty air. The rooms are covered from floor to ceiling with salt, creating the absolute salt cave experience. During the session you can choose to listen to relaxing music or meditate.
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    Is Salt Therapy safe for children?
    Yes. Salt therapy is a 100% drug-free treatment for children and adults. Salt therapy is also non-invasive with no side effects. Children are more vulnerable to respiratory problems because they pick up more viruses and their lungs are not fully developed until about the age of 9.
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    What is the minimum age requirement?
    Minimum age requirement is 3 years old
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    Will other people be in the salt room with me during my therapy session?
    It is possible that there will be other people during the session. Our Salt room can accommodate maximum to 5 people in the room. If you prefer being alone or with a group of friends or family during the session, you can book a private session for an additional cost.
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    How many sessions are recommended?
    For chronic respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies, bronchitis and sinusitis, it is strongly recommended to complete 12 to 20 sessions, preferably within 4-8 weeks. For mild conditions such as colds, flu symptoms, or other temporary respiratory discomforts, 6-8 treatments may be enough.
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    Is one salt therapy session enough?
    You may feel some improvement after a single session, but a series of treatments is required to achieve long-term results. Some people use treatments as a preventative measure to avoid the common cold and other respiratory viruses. Salt treatment is most effective when it is used at least twice a week.
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    What can my child do during salt therapy?
    The room is equipped with a TV & Roku player; children are welcome to choose from a variety of movies and shows.
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    How does the salt room look like?
    Our salt rooms are designed to amplify the treatment experience and provide deep relaxation while inhaling our highly concentrated salty air. The rooms are covered from floor to ceiling with salt, creating the perfect salt cave experience. During the session you can choose to listen to relaxing music, meditate or read.
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    When should I avoid using Salt Therapy?
    • Infections accompanied by fever • Patients who have cancer • Patients who have or have had tuberculosis • Acute stage of respiratory disease • Chronic obstructive lung diseases