infrared cabin or sauna or steam room, it should increase your well-being. Regular sessions with the GPsaltair natural brine nebuliser can have a preventive effect against colds, i.e. the immune system can be strengthened, if only because you feel better all around and you will do your body good. The natural brine mist can have an expectorant effect and relieve tussive irritation, giving you relief of symptoms associated with colds, chronic respiratory diseases or allergies. Salt inhalation for colds has also often long been prescribed by primary care physicians.
Even our smallest customers, namely children, notice the impact when they sit under the natural brine nebuliser with a stuffy nose while they play or read in the process and after this session can again breathe better.
Parents tell us that their children independently request to be allowed to sit under the nebuliser when they have a cold, because they feel better afterwards.
Many of our customers use the inhalator as support against allergy symptoms. "Hay fever" has become an annoying companion to spring for many people and impairs the lives of affected people for weeks.
Our customers tell us that they have a better grip on their ailments through regular inhalations in the GPsaltair natural brine nebuliser. It goes so far that some customers have even reported that they were able to discontinue using their medications.
For more about these reports, see References. The same applies to customers who suffer from chronic respiratory diseases such as bronchitis or asthma. Such clients also report a significant improvement in their quality of life, because they were able to reduce their symptoms of the disease through regular inhalations.
This question is often asked, because bronchitis is a typical winter illness that is an issue every year in our latitudes. The bronchi are a part of the human respiratory system and this pipe system has the task of transporting the inhaled air to the alveoli.
Furthermore, the bronchi are responsible for cleaning this air. If someone is sick with bronchitis, this is manifested in a dry cough. Bronchitis is a viral disease, but it may also be transmitted by bacteria. Most common medicines for coughs, nasal drops and expectorants are prescribed for bronchitis treatment.
But especially for bronchitis in children, parents are often looking for alternative cures. Bronchitis is common in children and often occurs several times a year and course you want to spare your children frequent medication intake.
Now to the question of what to do with bronchitis. Bronchitis can be alleviated by inhalation. Bronchitis inhalation can be used both for bronchitis in children as well as in affected adults. The duration of a bronchitis illness is reported to be about 14 days and many home remedies are recommended for the treatment of bronchitis.
Natural brine inhalation is repeatedly recommended by doctors as a bronchitis treatment. With bronchitis, the tickle in your throat can be alleviated by inhalation. At the same time, the natural brine solution has a cleansing effect on the affected airways and then helps with the continued disease progression, even with the release of mucus.
Bronchitis is transmitted by airborne infection, which leads to a high risk of infection and infection rate, of course especially at the preschool age.
Bronchitis in children is a recurring illness that can be very stubborn to heal. Bronchitis treatment at home is a side-effect free form of treatment and may be used by the old and the young.
It is no longer the question of what to do with bronchitis. Instead, you simply turn on the ultrasonic natural salt nebuliser and you can already start your bronchitis treatment. It is of course nice when a wellness product, such as our GPsaltair natural brine nebuliser, experiences so much popularity and has a demonstrably positive effect on health according to our customers.
We can therefore wholeheartedly recommend you to simply test it for yourself and convince yourself of our product.