FROM 1 MARCH 2019
1st session for 1st time client is £5.00 (full 60 minute session)
Up to now, 1st session is free but from 1 March, 1st session will be subject to a small fee of £5.00.
By 2030, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is predicted to be the fourth leading cause of death in the UK. It is thought there are over 3 million people living with the disease in the UK, of which only about 900,000 have been diagnosed. This is because many people who develop the symptoms dismiss it as a smoker’s cough and don’t seek help.
COPD is a general term which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, both of which can cause narrowing of the airways and commonly occur together.
Bronchitis is inflammation of the bronchi (the airways of the lungs).
Emphysema is damage to the smaller airways and airsacs (alveoli) of the lungs.
Pulmonary means ‘affecting the lungs’.
SYMPTOMS OF COPD
A cough is usually the first symptom to develop, coming and going before gradually becoming more persistent. People often think of their cough as a ‘smokers’ cough’ in the early stages of the disease. It is when the breathlessness begins that people often become concerned.
Breathlessness and wheeziness may occur only when you exert yourself at first, for example, when climbing stairs. These symptoms tend to become gradually worse over the years if you continue to smoke, and chest infections are more common.
– Smoking. The primary risk factor for COPD is chronic tobacco smoking. In the United States, 80 to 90% of cases of COPD are due to smoking. Almost all life-long smokers will develop COPD, provided that smoking-related, extrapulmonary diseases (cardiovascular, diabetes, cancer) do not claim their lives first.
– Occupational exposure. Intense and prolonged exposure to workplace dust found in coal mining, gold mining and the cotton textile industry and chemicals such as cadmium, isocyanates and fumes from welding have been implicated in the development of airflow obstruction, even in non-smokers.
– Air pollution. Studies in many countries have found that people who live in large cities have a higher rate of COPD compared to people who live in rural areas.
HOW SALT THERAPY CAN HELP
Salt is antibacterial, it kills bacteria
It reduces inflammation of the airways
Salt is mucolytic, which means it helps to shift retained mucus
HOW THE SALT CLINIC CAN HELP
During the Salt Therapy process the overwhelming majority of patients notice a decrease in cough frequency and intensity, and that it’s easier to cough up mucus, which becomes less sticky and changes in its nature.
COPD sufferers find that not only does Salt Therapy bring immediate relief in the shorter, but also delays the frequency of reoccurrence.
Salt Therapy is a clinically proven natural, safe and beneficial method of 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:
Reduce the need for inhalers, steroids and antibiotics
Make your breathing easier after just a few sessions
Improve lung function
Reduce the number of hospital admissions
Alleviate sneezing, coughing, and shortness of breath
Clear mucus and sticky phlegm from the lungs
Increase the resistance to respiratory tract diseases
Strengthen your immune system
Prolong remission times
YouTube videos on Salt Therapy
Salt therapy in the UK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj6gaqqLOPs
Salt therapy in the USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9VaDpmFLAU
Salt therapy in Australia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrXSXcNCM_Q
Salt therapy in the USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHhOk2ThXmo
Salt therapy in Canada https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aPhBGdNT0Q
Salt therapy in the USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bBRlIzlAQo