Somehow, it is already that wintery time of year again (crazy, right?). With this change in weather comes longer nights, colder days. That’s right, not only is the Winter season (aka cold & flu season) upon us, we just finished off holiday season too! Now, as much as we all love this time of year, there is no denying that as the holidays pass and everyone around us starts to get sick, our stress skyrockets. Luckily, we have the perfect thing to help you relax and enjoy this chaotic yet wonderful season, The Salt Room!
The Salt Room- South Tampa uses halotherapy to both treat and destress anyone who walks through the door. When we say anyone, we even mean kids! At the Salt Room- South Tampa, there is an adult room with three tons of salt as well as a kid’s room with one ton of salt.
Now you may be wondering, what exactly is halotherapy? Well, we have the answer. Halotherapy (a.k.a salt therapy) is a scientifically proven process where dry salt aerosol is administered into halochambers. While relaxation is a great bonus of using salt therapy, it is not the only benefit. Halotherapy has been used to treat a variety of respiratory and skin infections, and is also known to cleanse airways, treat or prevent the common cold and flu, reduce snoring, and increase sleep quality. If you want to make your visit to The Salt Room even more relaxing, may we suggest the infrared sauna, or the massage therapy also offered. These services will leave you feeling rejuvenated and relaxed.
If you want to destress or are just looking for a great gift for anyone in the family, stop by The Salt Room-South Tampa, located at 3805 S West Shore Blvd Ste C, any day of the week (except for Wednesdays or Sundays) from 10 A.M. to 7P.M.!
Now, if you are anything like me you may be curious about the specific benefits of The Salt Room Tampa for your physical and mental health, but don’t worry we did our research!
Below you will find a list of conditions halotherapy can relieve symptoms of:
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Breathlessness, chest tightness
- Pneumonia after acute stage
- Brochiectatic disease
- Cough (particularly at night or after exercise)
- Smokers’ Cough
- Cough with viscous sputum, discharging with difficulties
- Colds and Influenza
- Mucus plugs
- Mucosal Edema
- Rhinitis and respiratory allergies
- Allergies to industrial and household pollutants
- Frequent acute disorders of respiratory tract
- Respiratory infections
- Multi-chemical sensitivity syndrome
- Eczema, Psoriasis
- Postoperative rehabilitation and recovery (aesthetic and sinus surgery)
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