A Salty Treat for a Sweet Lady




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Treat Mom to the gift of good health at North Shore Salt Therapy. For Mother’s Day, moms can experience both a free salt therapy session on May 14 or 15 and a free salt therapy session with any salt lamp purchase throughout the month. They provide the right microclimate to benefit from the magic of salt therapy, also called halotherapy.

      This holistic method recreates the microclimate of a salt cave. Dry salt aerosol is dispersed into a room where the walls and floor are also covered with layers of salt. A negative ion and antibacterial environment is thus created by the layering of salt on the walls and floor. The dry salt aerosol is a key factor in the relief of symptoms for many health problems, including respiratory and skin conditions.

      Today, halotherapy is provided throughout Europe, Australia, the UK, Canada and the U.S. as a natural aid to complete relaxation. Conditions that may benefit from halotherapy include allergies, asthma, breathing difficulties/chest tightness, bronchitis/chronic bronchitis, cold/flu prevention, COPD, ear infections, eczema, hay fever, psoriasis, rhinitis, sinusitis/sinus inflammation, smoker’s cough, snoring/sleep apnea, stress and fatigue and wheezing.

 

Location: 1282 Old Skokie Rd., Highland Park. For appointments and more information, call 847-780-8200 or visit NorthShoreSalt.com.

 

 

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