You relax and rejuvenate your body for 45 minutes of UN-interrupted, stress free, non invasive treatment.
Everyday attire that you feel comfortable in, but if you are experiencing any dermatological/joint issues you will want that skin exposed.
( ie: If you have joint pain in your knee you would want to wear shorts to have the area exposed to the healing Himalayan salt that fills the room.)
This answer will depend on the ailment you are needing to treat, but even someone who seemingly has no concerns is recommended at least every 4-6 weeks.
Salt Therapy is based on the principle of prolonged exposure to the microclimate found in natural salt mines or salt caves. Salt Room Millenia uses Himalayan salt and patented state of the art technology to reproduce the atmosphere of a salt cave with a monitored therapeutic microclimate. The air in our Salt Rooms is ionized and saturated with a natural substance – a low concentration of curative highly dispersed aerosol of dry saline (salt).
The microclimate in our Salt Rooms is formed naturally, through convective diffusion from the salt walls combined with controlled temperature and humidity. This creates a hypo-bacterial and allergen-free air environment.
Inhalation of salt aerosol is clinically proven to cleanse the respiratory system of the human body and to speed up elimination of toxins. A salt aerosol rich in negative ions is proven to have bactericidal effects, cleansing microbial flora of the respiratory tract, slowing down bacterial growth and increasing resistance to respiratory tract diseases. This effect is used to treat asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, sinusitis, as well as frequent respiratory tract diseases in children and adults.
Airborne salt particles have a beneficial effect on skin and are known for their high cosmetic value due to the high mineral content. Salt aerosol is a well-known decongestant. It reduces inflammation and has antimicrobial affects.
Dry Salt Aerosol works as a ‘Bronchial Brush” for the airways, by removing pathogenic agents and speeding up the mucociliary transport to abate bronchial inflammation.
Around 20 million years ago Europe was partially covered by a shallow sea. The sea disappeared over time but left large amounts of salt behind. This salt is bedded between 10 and 300 meters below the Earth’s surface. Modern Salt Rooms allow patients to sit in a room built from these salt blocks and gain the same benefit as they would breathing the air in a salt cave.