BreatheReady™ Dry Salt Aerosol Therapy is 100% natural, safe and drug-free. Dry salt aerosol therapy has been researched since 1973 and practiced for over 50 years in Europe as a medical treatment that is a safe alternative and compliments conventional medical treatments as an integrative therapy to produce sustainable results.
BreatheReady™ Dry Salt Therapy relies on a basic mineral – pure sodium chloride, commonly known as salt – to stimulate the body’s internal processes for strengthening respiratory function. Through exposure to negatively-ionized tiny salt particles in our carefully-controlled environment, our clients simply inhale and exhale to improve their breathing.
Salt is a healthcare home remedy for most people. We use it as a saline nebulizer or mister for nasal congestion, Epson salt bath for muscle aches/pains, or have used a Nettie pot to clear nasal passages for colds and sinus relief or gargled with salt water when we have a sore throat. The efficacy of these home remedies however offer no relative comparison to the efficiency and effectiveness of dry salt aerosol therapy.
Dry salt aerosol has been medically recognized in Europe for over 50 years for the treatment of breathing and skin problems with no known drug interactions. We encourage an integrative approach with conventional medication. Research and client testimonials suggest when used as a complimentary therapy, it increases the effectiveness of prescribed and over-the-counter medication and often decreasing frequency or dosage. Dry salt aerosol therapy works exceedingly well for children and its’ effectiveness with conventional medication.
European clinical research and client testimonials suggests that dry salt aerosol therapy has a higher degree of efficacy on children than adults. Some experts believe the higher degree of effectiveness is due to the more responsive nature of a child’s physical adaptation of the therapy and immunity system. In countries where dry salt aerosol (Halotherapy) is practiced as mainstream medicine, doctors suggest parents try dry salt aerosol therapy alongside conventional medication.