Everyone gets a cold from time to time, most often during the winter months. Although colds can range from very mild to severe, they come with many symptoms that can make it difficult to do basic things like eating and sleep. One of the worst was nasal congestion, which made it very difficult to fall asleep. Dealing with a stuffy nose can be a challenge for babies.
Babies are at a very early stage in the development of their immune system and are still building immunity against common pathogens like the common cold. A safe and natural treatment option that can be used on your child is salt therapy. Since this therapy mainly uses salt, something we use every day, you can make sure it is safe for your baby and your entire family. You can also check out the halotherapy session schedule online.
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When a baby has nasal congestion due to nasal congestion, it is often associated with dryness. In extreme dryness, because the baby's nasal mucosa is very sensitive, dryness can cause blood vessels to burst, resulting in bleeding. All these symptoms can be relieved with the help of salt therapy.
This therapy works by inhaling a higher concentration of salt in the air, either repeatedly for short intervals or continuously for long periods of time. Salt enters the respiratory system, producing many health benefits through a variety of mechanisms of action. Treatment begins with saline, which is converted into microscopic salt particles that are released into the air.