Allergy Induced Asthma

     When you have asthma it’s vital to understand your triggers. You can feel that attack coming on out of nowhere. That tight feeling in your chest, the sheer panic of not being able to take a deep breath, and the knowledge that the attack is imminent. Sometimes allergies can lead to an unprovoked asthma attack, where it’s imperative to use your rescue inhaler. That can be tough for adults and children to deal with. You just never know when it might happen to you, disrupting your entire day. Allergy induced asthma is quite common. According to the John Hopkins Medical Library, the two conditions are linked in many people.

The Most Common Allergen Triggers For Asthma 

 The allergens that cause the most problems for people living with asthma are the following:

 You can look over the list and think gross! The sad fact is that these allergens exist in both indoor and outdoor areas. So people have to be careful wherever they go if they don’t want to provoke an allergy attack.

A Solution To Consider

  A possible solution to consider is halotherapy. This centuries old treatment is based on the use of salt to clear up the breathing passageways, open up the airways, and allow for easier intake of breath. When you commit to halotherapy or salt therapy treatments on a regular basis, it might help to purify your system and prevent recurring asthma attacks. That’s the hope anyway and many people who come to the Salt Suite have experience its benefits for themselves.

The Salt Suite To The Rescue

 Instead of relying on your rescue inhaler all the time, it’s best to set up a series of weekly treatments to find out for yourself if the Salt Suite can help your asthma symptoms. We like to think it’s our salt rooms to the rescue!

   Of course, consult with your normal doctor or respiratory therapist before you schedule an appointment, but many doctors feel that halotherapy is a good treatment to look into. This can be beneficial for adults and children with allergy induced asthma. Breathe a little easier with salt therapy as part of your wellness plan. 

    During a typical adult session customers put their feet up in a comfortable leather chair rest or read and breathe in a dry salt aerosol. The micro particles are blown in the air by halo generators. In our separate children’s room kids play in a big sand box except with salt on the walls and floor and play while breathing in the dry salt air.