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Salt Inhaler for Asthma

What is salt inhaler?

Salt inhaler or salt pipe inhaler is a portable inhaler, which uses salt as a therapy for respiratory disorders such as asthma. The salt used for this treatment is from pure/natural salt. They come in different shapes and sizes, depending on the manufacture, but they all do the same job.

 

How does it help with asthma?

Inhaling the salt into your lungs will help cleanse your entire respiratory system. If you suffer from allergies it could help clean out the pollen and other impurities, which can cause inflammation in your lungs.

When you inhale the device, the moisture of air that passes through the pipe will absorb micro size particles of the salt, which then goes through your mouth and into your lungs. The micro salt particles flushes away any impurities and reduces the build up of mucus, which, as a result, will help you breathe more freely.

Imagine having an air purifier placed inside of your lungs 😀 Just kidding, but that is pretty much what a salt air inhaler does – cleans out the respiratory system.

This type of inhaler has its other benefits, like helping to fight addictions, for instance smoking. It can also be used to help reduce high blood pressure. It is an all-in-one NATURAL treatment for not just your asthma, but your general health as well.

How do I use it?

The treatment should be done 15 minutes a day for best results. You can break up the 15 minutes into 5 minutes each for the day if you prefer. To use, you simply breathe in through your mouth and exhale through your nose. Do not breathe back out into the device through your mouth as it can cause contamination into the inhaler.

Always breathe back out through your nose for best effect. After using this device, soon you should be able to feel that your breathing becomes easier and deeper. Your airways should feel more open and relaxed.

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