There has been some talk in the holistic community about the fact that electromagnetic radiation from cellphones, from microwaves, from computers, creates positive ionization of our body. The negative ions supposedly produced by the lamps help to neutralize the positive charge. Many people also claim the lamps help with asthma or allergies by purifying the air.
So if you’re testing out the trend, take note and be careful. And if you’re looking for a natural way to clean the air, hope isn’t lost.
What is asthma?
A respiratory condition marked by attacks of spasm in the bronchi of the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing. It is usually connected to an allergic reaction or other forms of hypersensitivity.
How salt lamp benefits asthma patient?
Salt, by its nature, is hygroscopic, meaning that it attracts water to its surface and this water evaporates quickly due to the small amount of heat from the light source (this is also why salt lamps tend to sweat and appear wet in humid climates).
Small amounts of water vapor is present in the air and can carry things like mold, bacteria, and allergens. Salt lamps attract this water vapor and the things it carries to its surface and removes them from the air. This is one of the main benefits of salt lamps for Asthma Patient.
What expert says about salt lamp for asthma
Spiritually and mentally, salt lamps are associated with peace, calmness, and tranquility. Physically, salt lamps can help produce a healthier environment for people with allergies and respiratory issues, like asthma.
So, relax… get a salt lamp… enjoy the loveliness and health benefits they bring to your environment.
While salt lamps, which are available at Whole Foods, Bed, Bath & Beyond and more, may not have proven health benefits — they do look pretty, and it’s not crazy to think the orange or pinkish glow can be calming and relaxing.