Top athletes are always looking to get the most out of their bodies by training to reach their maximum potential. A big part of their training may include ﬁnding ways to improve their breathing patterns, optimizing lung capacity, and shortening recovery time. Once thought of as just a way for individuals to combat respiratory and skin conditions, athletes are now turning to Dry Salt Therapy to gain an edge over the competition and achieve their best sports performance by improving and increasing lung function, capacity, and stamina.
Recently, we have seen a considerable upsurge in the amount of skin- and lung-related health concerns among children, who tend to be more susceptible than adults to breathing issues, allergies, ear infections, frequent colds, asthma, sinus problems, and more.
The health of a country's workforce is vital to its economy. Sick employees cost companies money. Lots and lots of money. According to multiple reports, that number has ﬂuctuated between $225 billion and $576 billion over the last decade.
Humans are not the only ones that benefit from Dry Salt Therapy (Halotherapy). Other land-based breathing animals have a respiratory and lung system similar to that of people. And, like people, animals and our pets are exposed to the same air we breathe which often contain pollutants, pollen, allergens, airborne diseases and more. They often experience the same issues including inflammation, extra mucus, and restrictive breathing.