Salt Therapy for Shortness of Breath
If you’re one of those people who experience feelings of breathlessness due to your medical condition, then your monthly bill is probably charged with prescription drugs, puffers, or inhalers.
They may be effective, but as you probably experienced by now, the relief they provide from the wheezing, the coughing or chest tightness is often episodic. Perhaps you’ve already looked for better alternatives and may have heard about salt therapy. Thousands of people suffering from shortness of breath have already testified that it has really helped them breathe better. And what’s really great is that they noticed increased improvement while using salt therapy on a daily basis.
Let me tell you a bit about salt therapy. The salt therapy is not new; in fact, it’s been used for hundreds of years by people – both adults and children — suffering from a variety of respiratory problems. If in the past patients had to be taken to salt caves in order to breathe the miraculous air containing salt particles, now there are home salt therapy products which can bring you the same benefits without having to leave your home.
Here’s one of them — Saltair — a safe, Canada FDA-approved product which uses ultrasonic technology to dispense in the air around you the beneficial salt aerosols which will clear your respiratory tract. They travel straight into your lungs to remove any build-up and reduce inflammation that causes wheezing when breathing. Just place it on your nightstand and keep it turned ON for at least 7 or 8 hours while you sleep and you’ll notice you’ll breathe easier after just a few weeks. Many people reported less coughing and improved breathing after only a few days of using Saltair.
Don’t worry if you’re taking other medications! The product is safe to use no matter the treatment you’re under. It’s also safe to use on children, pregnant women, and even pets! So my advice is — Let your whole family enjoy the miraculous benefits of salt therapy and start getting used to better breathing!
Discover more ways in which you can treat your respiratory condition using Saltair by visiting www.HomeSaltTherapy.com