How Does Salt Work In The Body?

Salt is a mineral that helps regulate fluids in the body. It is found in many foods and beverages but is especially concentrated in seawater and salt lamps. When used topically, salt can help relieve pain, improve circulation and treat inflammation.

When applied to a wound or sore, salt draws moisture out of the cells and tissue, helping to dry them out and heal. This process is called desiccation. Desalination takes place in the kidneys when water is filtered through the blood-brain barrier. 

There are many benefits to dry salt therapy, depending on the condition being treated. Dry salt therapy is a natural way to improve air quality, increase circulation and reduce inflammation. 

Salt also activates energy production in cells by facilitating the transfer of electrons from food sources into ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a molecule that provides energy for cells. 

The large number of salts found in food allows the body to regulate fluid balance by exchanging fluids while maintaining important electrolytes like potassium and sodium.

Benefits of Dry Salt Therapy

Here are some of the most common benefits of dry salt therapy:

1. Increased Air Quality: One of the primary benefits of dry salt therapy is that it can improve air quality. By increasing circulation and reducing inflammation, dry salt therapy can help to clean the air we breathe.

2. Increased Circulation: Dry salt therapy also helps to increase circulation by opening up tight muscles and increasing blood flow. This can help to improve overall health and well-being.

3. Reducing Inflammation: One of the main benefits of dry salt therapy is that it can reduce inflammation. By improving air quality and circulation, dry salt therapy can help to reduce swelling and pain associated with inflammation.