Sinuses are located within the bones of the face in the cheeks, forehead and around the eyes. They are linked together, and connected to the nose and throat. The main functions of the sinuses is to
Sinusitis accrues when there is inflammation or swelling of the sinuses. Normally, the sinuses are filled with air.
When the sinuses become blocked and filled with fluid or mucus, bacteria can grow there and cause infection. This infection is sinusitis.
A sinus infection can be due to a cold, allergies (such as hay fever), and nasal polyps.
Sinusitis is categorized by headache/facial pain or pressure of a dull, constant, or aching sort over the affected sinuses. This pain is typically localized to the involved sinus and may worsen when the affected person bends over or when lying down. Pain often starts on one side of the head and progresses to both sides.
Acute and chronic sinusitis may be accompanied by:
Salt therapy helps relieve the symptoms of Sinusitis in a 100% natural and non- invasive way. Sitting in our Salt Rooms exposes you to tiny salt particles that cleanse and detoxify the respiratory system. The particles enter the upper airways and lower areas of the respiratory system by breathing normally in the Salt Rooms.
Salt has a natural ability to absorb, and holds natural anti-bacterial, anti – inflammatory and anti-histamine properties.
These help to:
Our Salt rooms contain an abundance of Negative Ions. The healing properties of Negative Ions have been researched and documented since the early 1900’s - here are some of the benefits they hold: