Salt Lamp and Halotherapy

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Agate and geode designs are a growing trend in 2020. Level Digital Wallcoverings Mineralogy Geode- Inspired by Himalayan salt lamps!

Due to its popularity, you can find salt lamp decors almost anywhere now. Advocates of salt lamps claim they can clean the air in your home, soothe allergies, boost your mood and help you sleep.

Have you ever wondered why playing at the beach during rainfall seems so different? It is the negative atmospheric ions found in the air produced by the moving water. That is why a Himalayan salt lamp is believed to produce a considerable amount of negative ions, the same way it does on the beach. Source: UpscaleLivingMag  

One of the major benefits of Himalayan Salt Lamps is their ability to offer halotherapy. Halotherapy — from the Greek “halos,” which means “salt” — uses dry aerosol micro-particles of salt or minerals inside of a large, arid space to simulate the microclimate of salt mines, says Dr. Niket Sonpal, assistant professor at Touro College of Medicine.

Asthmatic patients have reported having to use their inhalers much less when keeping a salt lamp in rooms.

You can design a large artificial salt cave for halotherapy. In those environments, you only spend a few hours to get cleansed air into your system. This effect is replicated with salt lamps in the room as well.

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What are your thoughts on this trend? Would you try Halotherapy for a relaxing spa treatment?


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