Salt Caves

Sauna Zen Salt Caves for the Home

For many years, people have hailed the benefits of salt caves as a therapeutic treatment, especially for people with breathing issues. But few people realize that there are ways to experience the benefits of a Himalayan salt cave from the comfort of their own homes.

How Salt Caves Work

Before discussing how people are installing salt caves in their homes, let’s talk for a moment about salt caves in general—how they benefit you, and why they are so popular. Have you ever noticed when you spend time at the beach that you feel more relaxed after awhile? Or that you breathe more deeply? Or that the air seems cleaner? This is not just because you are on vacation; it is because of the salt in the air.

Salt in the ocean releases negative ions into the air, which are known to reduce pollutants and to promote a calmer, happier disposition in the people who breathe it. A salt cave works much the same way, only more intensely. In fact, sitting for an hour in a room with walls and floors made of salt can be equivalent to 2-3 days at the beach. This is why people have begun setting up spas in natural salt caves (or building artificial ones), and why people spend lots of money to visit them.


Specifically, salt caves offer the following benefits.

Help for Respiratory Ailments

People with allergies, asthma, bronchitis and a variety of other respiratory ailments report significant relief from salt cave therapy.

Help with Skin Ailments

People with eczema, psoriasis and other skin issues often find relief in a salt cave.

Relaxation/Stress Reduction

Negative ions improve disposition and promote relaxation. Many people visit salt caves just to get a break from stress.

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