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Revitalize with Halotherapy at The DRIPBaR Aberdeen

Innovative Salt Therapy Treatments Near Marlboro, Holmdel, & Freehold

At The DRIPBaR Aberdeen, New Jersey, we offer Halotherapy services, a form of salt therapy that involves breathing in salt-infused air in a controlled environment. This centuries-old practice has been used to treat respiratory and skin conditions, and when combined with IV therapy, clients can enjoy a more comprehensive wellness experience. 

The DRIPBaR Aberdeen is conveniently located near Marlboro, Holmdel, Freehold, Middletown, and Colts Neck, NJ. Visit us today and let us help you discover the benefits of Halotherapy.

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What is Halotherapy? 

Halotherapy is a therapeutic practice that involves breathing in salty air in a tranquil and refreshing setting. These salt rooms come in two varieties: active and passive, each offering unique advantages. In active salt rooms, a salt machine is employed to break down salt into fine particles, which then circulate in the air. On the other hand, passive salt rooms resemble natural salt caves and contain various types of salt.

In passive rooms, the concentration of salt is comparatively lower, making them more suitable for meditation and relaxation. At The DRIPBaR Aberdeen, our HaloIR® suite combines the benefits of Halotherapy and an Infrared Sauna. This powerful combination aids in relieving muscle tension and stress, accelerating recovery, and boosting sports performance. By engaging all five senses, these therapeutic approaches culminate in a truly transformative experience.

The Benefits of Halotherapy 

Halotherapy has a wide variety of benefits, including: 

  • Respiratory Health: It is thought to enhance respiratory well-being by diminishing inflammation and clearing air passages. Particularly beneficial for individuals with asthma, allergies, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
  • Skin Health: Halotherapy may be effective in improving skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and acne. The salt particles aid in exfoliating dead skin cells and reducing inflammation.
  • Stress Relief: A session in a halotherapy room can induce relaxation and alleviate stress. The negative ions in the salt particles might also uplift moods and boost energy levels.
  • Immune System Support: Halotherapy is believed to bolster the immune system and promote overall health, helping the body ward off infections and illnesses.
  • Improved Sleep: Halotherapy can contribute to better sleep quality by reducing stress and inducing a state of relaxation.

Overall Wellness: Engaging in halotherapy treatments can promote holistic wellness by addressing respiratory health, skin health, relaxation, immune system function, and more. Combining it with IV therapy allows clients to experience a comprehensive wellness journey that addresses multiple aspects of their health.

Who Should Use Halotherapy? 

Halotherapy, despite its centuries-old existence, has only gained popularity as a self-care practice in recent times. Consequently, research on its effects is still in its nascent stages, resulting in limited data about this treatment. Nevertheless, initial studies have demonstrated promising indications of certain benefits.

Halotherapy may be an ideal treatment for anyone suffering from: 

  • Asthma
  • Colds
  • Coughs
  • Lung infections
  • Bronchitis
  • Breathing problems
  • Sinusitis
  • Pneumonia

The DRIPBaR Aberdeen team can help you better understand Halotherapy, decide if it is a good option for you, and formulate a plan.

What is the Halotherapy Process?

During a Halotherapy session at The DRIPBaR Aberdeen, clients are seated in a specially designed room infused with salt particles. As they inhale the salt particles, they effectively clear mucus and reduce inflammation in their airways. This proves particularly advantageous for those with respiratory conditions like asthma or allergies.

Moreover, Halotherapy offers relaxation benefits, contributing to a reduction in stress levels and an overall sense of well-being.

Furthermore, combining IV therapy with Halotherapy can yield additional health advantages. IV therapy involves the direct administration of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients into the bloodstream, resulting in various benefits such as increased energy levels and enhanced immune system function. When IV therapy is complemented with Halotherapy, clients can experience even more remarkable benefits, including enhanced respiratory health and a strengthened immune system.


Q: How does Halotherapy work?

A: Halotherapy works by exposing the body to dry salt particles, which are said to have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. When the salt particles are inhaled, they’re believed to help reduce inflammation in the respiratory tract and improve mucus clearance.

Q: Is Halotherapy safe?

A: Halotherapy is generally considered safe for most people. However, it’s important to talk to your doctor before trying Halotherapy if you have any underlying medical conditions or if you’re pregnant.

Q: How often should I do Halotherapy?

A: The frequency of Halotherapy depends on the individual and the condition being treated. Some people may benefit from daily sessions, while others may only need weekly or monthly treatments. It’s best to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the best frequency for you.

Q: What should I wear during a Halotherapy session?

A: It’s recommended to wear comfortable clothing during a Halotherapy session, as you’ll be sitting or lying down for the duration of the session. You should also remove any jewelry or accessories that may come into contact with the salt.

Q: How long does a Halotherapy session last?

A: Halotherapy sessions typically last between 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the facility and the condition being treated.

Q: What are the potential side effects of Halotherapy?

A: Halotherapy is generally considered safe, but some people may experience minor side effects such as dry throat, coughing, or skin irritation. These side effects are usually mild and temporary.

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