Recommended Visits Schedule

We are often asked ... how many visits are necessary? Although you may feel great after your first visit, having Halotherapy more than one-time will help maximize your benefit. Like most healthy activities, such as eating well and exercise, a routine visit schedule is advised.

The following condition schedule is based upon recommendations from Eastern European published clinical reports. Number of visits is based upon an 8-week time-frame unless otherwise indicated:

Asthma – intermittent, mild

12-14 visits

Asthma – moderate, severe

18 -21 visits

Acute bronchitis

12-14 visits

Recurrent bronchitis

12-14 visits

Chronic obstructive bronchiti

18-21 visits

Pneumonia after acute stage

12-14 visits

Bronchiectatic disease

20-25 visits

Cystic fibrosis

20-25 visits

Respiratory infections, influenza

5-7 visits or 2x/week for prevention

Vasomotor and allergic rhinitis, rhinosinusopathy

14-18 visits

Chronic pharyngitis and tonsillitis

14-18 visits


14-18 visits

Chronic sinusitis

14-18 visits

Acute sinusitis

3-5 visits

Hay fever

12-14 visits

Multi-chemical sensitivity syndrome

12-14 visits

After contact with industrial and household pollutants

12-14 visits

Skin pathology (Eczema, Psoriasis, etc.)

8-25 visits

Routine Halotherapy sessions are also known to provide needed relaxation and alleviate symptoms of stress, anxiety, and insomnia.

Additional benefits of Halotherapy:

  • Improves skin rigidity thus slowing skin aging process
  • Boost immune system
  • Enhance emotional and over-all well being
  • Enable better recovery time from physical activity
  • Enhance athletic performance and endurance by expanding the airways for increased oxygen flow and capacity
  • Detoxify body

Individuals with the following conditions or characteristics should not use Halotherapy:

  • Acute stages of certain disease and fever
  • Active Tuberculosis
  • Open wounds and sores
  • Uncontrolled severe hypertension
  • Last stage COPD
  • Wheezing
  • Epilepsy
  • While under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Mental disorders
  • No smoking prior to visiting the day of