According to the CAP code in The United Kingdom suitably qualified medical advice should be sought for the medical conditions mentioned on this website. The Salt Cave Ltd does not diagnose these medical conditions and does not provide medical advice. Salt Therapy is a complementary therapy and clients should not stop taking the medications prescribed by their doctor / respiratory specialist.
Bronchiectasis treatment at The Salt Cave
If you are suffering from bronchiectasis, you should consider salt therapy. Not only may it bring much-needed relief, but it also prevents the frequency of symptoms occurring.
Salt therapy is a natural, safe and beneficial complementary treatment for every age group. By visiting one of our Salt Rooms and breathing in the saline aerosol generated by our machine it can significantly help to:
It kills bacteria, which is a major element of bronchiectasis
It has mucolytic effects, meaning it helps to shift retained mucus and reduce the chance of infection
I highly recommend anyone to experience a free session that the Salt Cave offers to newcomers, you have nothing to lose but plenty to gain including an hour’s relaxation!
Over the past 2 months my breathing has greatly improved and I have stopped coughing at night. I have been recovering from a lung infection since June 2012 but only started to make significant progress since coming to the salt cave on a weekly basis. Apart from making a full recovery, it is also beneficial to sit, read and relax for one hour during the week.
I decided in desperation to try the Salt Cave. I am absolutely amazed and delighted at the results. I am now able to breathe freely and am not having to deal with the amount of mucus that I was dealing with on a daily basis for more years than I care to remember.
After the session I felt I can breathe much better and more deeply. It is indeed a combination of healing and relaxation. I think it can boost my immune system in the long run. I would highly recommend it to anybody who suffers with respiratory diseases and asthma. I told all my friends and colleagues about it.