Salt Therapy: Natural Wellness for Children

Dry salt therapy is not just for adults. Children can benefit from salt therapy in many of the same ways adults see benefits. For children with asthma, other respiratory issues, or eczema, dry salt therapy can make a big difference in their comfort, happiness, and overall wellbeing.

Children, Salt Therapy, and Asthma

Asthma and Salt therapy go hand-in-hand. For children, dry salt therapy can be a non-invasive, drug-free way to deal with asthma. This natural treatment works very well for alleviating symptoms and diminishing respiratory problems. It can be used in conjunction with medication, if need be.

Children, Salt Therapy, and Eczema

Eczema and Salt therapy  go well together.  This is a safe and painless treatment for eczema and other skin conditions, with salt working as an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-microbial. During dry salt therapy, any salt you do not breathe in lands on your skin, helping heal and soothe inflamed areas. For children, this can be far less stressful than other treatments.

Dry salt therapy is safe for children, though they must be over four months old to participate. The benefits of salt therapy on respiratory issues and skin conditions are often enough to make your child comfortable without any further treatment, but in both cases, it is also an excellent treatment to combine with medication or other doctor-recommended treatments. Dry salt therapy can be a fun and exciting adventure for your child, while helping him or her be comfortable by soothing any respiratory or skin ailments.

Children’s sessions are typically shorter than adult sessions, so you do not need a huge time commitment to treat your child’s ailments using dry salt therapy.  Or, you can make it a family affair, and everyone, younger or older, can enjoy the benefits of dry salt therapy!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us: 778-294- SALT (7258)

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