Salt Therapy and its European well-known beneficial effects in respiratory diseases

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The benefits of salt therapy (also called Halotherapy) or speleotherapy are well known and documented in Europe. Halotherapy uses dry aerosol micro particles of salt and minerals to treat respiratory diseases and seeks to replicaterepparttar conditions of speleotherapy (from Greek speleos=cave), a treatment that has been practiced in old salt mines of Eastern Europe sincerepparttar 140701 early 19th century.

Inrepparttar 140702 mid 18th Century a Polish health official Felix Botchkowski, noticed thatrepparttar 140703 workers of salt mines did not get ill with lung diseases. He wrote a book aboutrepparttar 140704 effects of salt dust in 1843. His successor M. Poljakowski founded a Salt Spa in Velicko near Krakow, which is still in operation. Duringrepparttar 140705 Second World War salt mines were often used as bombproof shelters. After spending time there many people who suffered from asthma felt that their health had gotten better! Today there are many salt sanatoriums in Europe (Austria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia …).

The Halotherapy belongs torepparttar 140706 category ofrepparttar 140707 physical therapies non-drug and non invasive treatments of diseases. Inrepparttar 140708 former Soviet Union, medical researchers engaged in a concerted effort to develop physical therapies in order to avoidrepparttar 140709 costs and side effects of drug therapy as well as microbial and tumour resistance. Russia has becomerepparttar 140710 world leader in developing and testing new and increasingly effective physical therapies. Many ofrepparttar 140711 clinical trials have focused on Halotherapy as a treatment of asthma and chronic bronchitis and also very effective as a main or adjuvant therapy acrossrepparttar 140712 entire range of upper and lower respiratory tract diseases.

Respiratory diseases are a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Most drug therapies of respiratory diseases have only palliative effects, and many have significant side effects, especially those with corticoids or steroids. So, a physical therapy like Halotherapy is greatly needed.

Speleotherapy also makes a great demand on patients' time. The mines are not conveniently located for most people andrepparttar 140713 total cost is fairly significant.

The effectiveness of speleotherapy is not acknowledged in all countries ofrepparttar 140714 world, but in countries like Romania (Praid, Tg.Ocna, Seiged, Sovata, Slanic, Ocna), Poland (Wieliczka), Germany (Teufelshöhle), Austria (Hallen, Solzbad-Salzeman), Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Russia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Nakhichevan mines in Azerbaijan,repparttar 140715 salt aerosol plays an important role inrepparttar 140716 treatment of chronic respiratory diseases, working well with or without medical treatment and without any known side effects. Because of these, pregnant women with asthma or other respiratory diseases could use this therapy without any harm torepparttar 140717 child. Very well known and appreciated in these middle-eastern European countries, this therapy is covered byrepparttar 140718 public health care system. In Romania there are also many salt lakes - Sovata with 7 salt lakes, Ocna Sibiului with 52 salt lakes in S-W of Transilvania, very well known inrepparttar 140719 treatment of infertility, metabolic diseases, skin diseases. These salt lakes were usually formed by collapsing of salt caves ceilings. All these salt lakes have different salinity, increasing with deepness – from 9g/l to 320g/l.

This salt therapy being very well known for its beneficial effects, a Romanian inventor put his mind at work and developed a device that is able to reproduce a speleotherapy micro environment in your home in an affordable and convenient way. Internationally recognized, with Gold and Silver medal at “Salon International des Inventions”, Geneva and “World Exhibition of Innovation, Research and New Technology”, Brussels, this Romanian invention brings new hopes inrepparttar 140720 natural treatment of chronic respiratory diseases.

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