Dry Salt Therapy is provided all over the globe, most prevalent in Russia, Eastern Europe and Canada, where doctors have routinely prescribed Dry Salt Therapy for patients. Experiencing multiple Dry Salt Therapy sessions allow most people to experience a period of remission from their respiratory and skin conditions.
Below is a detailed list of conditions as well as the suggested number of consecutive sessions, as used in Russian clinics and health spas across the globe. These research numbers should not be treated as a prescription, but rather as suggested guidelines for treatment based on research (see citation below). Patrons of Salt Life Spa should be attentive to their own unique health needs/conditions and make decisions about treatment based on the way their bodies respond. As always, consult with your physician regarding Dry Salt Therapy as a complimentary wellness tool.
|Asthma – intermittent, mild||12-14|
|Asthma – moderate, severe||18-21|
|Chronic Obstructive Bronchitis||18-21|
|Pneumonia after acute stage||12-14|
|Respiratory infections, influenza||5-7 or 2x/wk for prevention|
|Vasomotor and allergic rhinitis, rhinosinusopathy||14-18|
|Chronic pharyngitis and tonsillitis||14-18|
|Clearing after pulmonary tuberculosis||14-18|
|Multi-chemical sensitivity syndrome||12-14|
|After contact with industrial and household pollutants||12-14|
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, Halotherapy Application in Treatment and Rehabilitation of Respiratory Diseases, Methodical Recommendation No. 95/111, Moscow 1995
Methodical recommendation was discussed and approved by the Scientific Board of the Institute of Pulmonology of the Russian Federation.
Clinical-Research Respiratory Center, St. Petersburg – Doctors A.V. Chervinskaya, S.I. Konovalov, O.V. Strashnova, N.G. Samsonova