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Salt Therapy - Managing Ill-Effects of Pollution Naturally

Health & Fitness - Friday, February 21, 2020 9:41:07 AM

This year, the Tata Salt industry has introduced ‘Salt Therapy’ by Launching Salt Therapy mobile vans in the national capital. These unique mobile vans had a specially built 'salt cave'-like a room that was covered with salt on the walls and the floor. During the session, people just had to sit back, relax in the chair and breathe normally. The tiny salt molecules penetrated deep into the lungs, providing relief and opening the airways for smooth breathing. This session generally lasts for about 45 minutes to an hour.

 As an increasing number of people are becoming victims of diseases, health problems such as allergies, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and bronchitis.options like Salt Therapy is a natural option to manage the ill effects. While Salt Therapy in a Salt Room or Cave is not possible at home, those who suffer the adverse effects of respiratory illnesses aggravated by air pollution can also try inhaling the saline water, steam or gargle with salt water at home. Its Motive is to build a healthy nation, Tata Salt reintroduced this age-old therapy to deal with the adverse effects of our new environmental problems.

In past couple of years, such a concept gained popularity in some polluted cities ,that have at least six to seven private clinics to treat asthma patients. Noida too has one such artificial salt cave. Mr.Animesh Ray (Pulmonologist) said that ,The PM 2.5 category particles affects the lungs directly. Salt therapy is the only drug free treatment to clear cavities in lungs.Asthma patients generally use inhalers (medicines) to  fight the decease but end up dealing with a number of side effects. The salt therapy is the unique form of treatment that providessymptomatic relief to the patients from respiratory problems, and the good news is without any side effect.

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