Saltpipe a natural relief for COPD/asthma
May 1 was World Asthma Day. There are 470,000 people who have Asthma in Ireland. For many of you summer is not a good time as symptoms can be affected and worsened by the effects of the high pollen count.
Salt Therapy is something that could help ease the symptoms that you experience as a result of the increased pollen. Dust, house dust mite, and other airborne allergens can aggravate breathing problems too.
The Higher Nature Saltpipe is a natural inhaler which literally brings the benefits of salt mine therapy to your home. Regular use of the Saltpipe calms the cells lining the respiratory system, stimulates their natural cleansing mechanisms and flushes away impurities from the cells, thus reducing inflammation and improving symptoms.
The benefits of using the Saltpipe are an improvement with breathing difficulties like Asthma or COPD. A study of 50 people using either a placebo or a salt pipe for 15 minutes, three times a day for three weeks showed significant improvements in breathing for 56% of those with COPD and Asthma. Around 64% reported improvements in night coughing and approximately 65% reported an improvement in expelling mucous.
The Higher Nature Saltpipe has proven itself in clinical trials and is registered as a medical device. It contains salts from the Transylvanian Praid salt mines. The beauty is that the salts in the inhaler may last up to five years even when used properly every day. The Saltpipe is extremely easy to use. You simply breathe in through the mouth piece and out through your nose. You do this for about 15 to 20 minutes once or twice a day for optimum benefit to help relieve your symptoms and help you to breathe more easily.
However, some people told me that they don't have the time or the patience to sit with the inhaler for that long. This is a pity really when the Higher Nature Saltpipe could help. In fact, it couldn't be simpler and it's something you can do while watching your favourite TV show.
It's a fantastic option if you're on medication and it's a cost effective way to help relieve symptoms. Both adults and children can use the inhaler.