I suggest light color clothing that is loose fitting and comfortable. Expose as much skin as you feel comfortable since the salt is very good for your skin as well.
There are no known side effects of halotherapy. Some experience minor coughs or runny nose which is the body’s way of getting rid of excess mucus build up, and is an indicator of the salt therapy doing its job to remove mucus and toxins from the respiratory system.
Yes! Children as young as 1 month of age can benefit from salt therapy and can even respond more quickly than adults. Halotherapy is 100% natural and drug free with no known side effects. Always consult with your healthcare professional for all questions and concerns regarding any medical conditions.
We use 99.9% Pure Grade Sodium Chloride that our halogenerator grinds up and aerosols into the Salt & Sound booth.
This may vary based on the condition and symptoms that you are feeling. Your first session will be 10 minutes long, and then we can see how your body responds to the salt. For best results we recommend a series sessions, and for a more preventative measure 1-2 sessions a month. But of course everyone is different and it is best to see how your body responds to the salt!
Only one adult per/Salt & Sound Booth session is permitted. We suggest scheduling two sessions back to back, sessions are 10-20 minutes each.
Halotherapy is slowly becoming more recognized in the United States. It is more well known in Europe where it originated from in the salt mines. For more research articles on halotherapy follow the link below and share them with your doctor!
Dr. Layish, MD a 20-year veteran pulmonologist and Board Certified in Pulmonary Disease and founding Director with the Salt Therapy Association has said, “It is too early to tell what impact halotherapy may have with this strain of the coronavirus, however, this coronavirus does affect the respiratory and lung system and dry salt therapy has shown to provide symptomatic benefit such as in a clinical study we conducted that focused on patients with cystic fibrosis.” To see what protocols are in place at Salt Lounge please visit