Yoga and Meditation in Salt Cave
There are many studies out there about the benefits of Himalayan Salt now and what it can do for both your body and your mind. Some people may even still wonder what a salt cave is and why one would spend 45 minutes to an hour in one meditating. Here’s why you should do it:
It Relaxes Your Mind
Feeling anxious or stressed about work, life, or anything else? A meditation session in a salt cave can help you forget about all of that for the moment and even help give you some perspective to take with you back out into the real world. Many people go to salt caves for its therapeutic benefits, and most report feeling better afterwards. It’s a great way to help support a proper healthy lifestyle.
It Will Help You Breathe Easier
Salt Cave and Salt Room extend from an alternative medicine technique called Halo Therapy, which is likely to help lessen the symptoms of many respiratory illnesses. Because of the negative ions in salt particles, this helps purify the air, increasing lung capacity. It also helps reduce inflammation and lessen the production of mucus, making it much easier to breathe. Potential relief from those asthma, allergies, chronic sinus congestion, and COPD are also common relieving effects. This of course isn’t a cure or replacement from a trip to the doctor, but it sure is a good addition and short term solution.
It Can Make Your Skin Look Great
This is likely the most recognized benefits of a Salt Cave. Himalayan Salt has upwards of 84 minerals that can be absorbed through the skin, so you’re nourishing your body as you’re relaxing and breathing deeply. One might think that sitting in a salty room would dry out your skin, but mineral salts actually do the opposite, attracting moisture to the skin. Combine that with Himalayan salt natural anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits, you can potentially help clearing up issues of eczema and psoriasis.
It Can Give You More Energy
Salt Cave experts say that spending just 45 minutes inside a salt cave is roughly the equivalent of spending two whole days at the beach. If the thought of that doesn’t already boost your mood, consider this: The negative ions in the air helps boost your mood and gives you more energy! Some visitors even find it helps with other issues such as insomnia, stress, and seasonal affective disorder.