This is a question that people commonly ask when they first arrive at The Salt Suite®. The short answer is yes. Typically, customers with allergies and sinusitis may experience short term results after 1-3 sessions. For best results, however; it is best to come on a consistent basis. Salt Therapy is not a cure, but a natural way to manage symptoms. In order to do that, visiting just once isn’t enough.
When you commit to coming in more often on a regular basis, you’ll find even more relief over time. Customers that have a more serious respiratory condition like Asthma or Emphysema will need to come commit to 10-20 sessions. This is why a monthly membership is such a terrific value, both monetarily and for improving your overall wellbeing. For example, on our Total Health membership at $99/mo. if you visit 5 days per week for the first month, the cost per session is just $5.
Your First Visit
When you come in for your first session, you can typically notice an immediate clearing in your sinuses afterwards. It has the potential to provide immediate natural relief. The way that the salt works in the therapy rooms is by a “halogenerator.” This machine pumps filtered salt particles throughout each room, so that all you have to do is sit and breath to reap the benefits. Once the salt particles work their way into your lungs, it’s going to act as a natural purifier. Clearer passageways, easier breathing, and less stuffiness are common. Your body can only benefit further from this form of halotherapy over time. As the months go on of regular treatments, you’ll find that respiratory issues can improve.
Call Us Today With Any Questions
In order to better understand exactly how The Salt Suite® can help you or a family member, give us a call today so we can discuss your specific needs. With multiple locations, you may discover a Salt Suite® near your home or office.
Until you take that first step to making an appointment for our salt rooms, you’ll never know just how much better you can feel. It’s worth a shot when your allergies, asthma, or respiratory issues are distracting you from your daily life.