As the weather turns cold and crisp, and health experts are predicting a wicked winter, Aussie parents are being urged to proactively prepare for the inevitable onslaught of coughs, colds and runny noses.
Parents look for cough and cold medicines during the winter months, but don't always look further for suitable, effective complementary treatments simply because they are not aware they exist.
Salin Plus is a salt therapy device that’s creating a revolution in respiratory health in Australia, by reducing the frequency and severity of associated symptoms such as blocked sinuses, constant coughs, congestion, plus hay fever with the simplicity of salt.
Salin Plus is the only salt therapy device in the world for use at home, and works by replicating the “micro climate” found in salt caves, by removing air borne pollutants and enriching the air with salt ions, bringing the therapeutic benefits of salt-ionised air right under – and into – the noses and lungs of all Australians.
It’s suitable for children from babies to teenagers, is easy to use thanks to its non-invasive nature, requires minimal maintenance and has quiet operating levels – very important when trying to get little people to sleep!
Pharmacist and Medical Herbalist, Gerald Quigley, says Aussie parents should be aware of all the options they have to ease snuffles, coughs and breathing difficulties for their children as the weather turns cold.
“As a pharmacist, I know that traditional medicines can help to ease the pain, irritation and discomfort little people have when the dreaded winter woes hit. But I also know parents are increasingly on the look-out for natural, non-invasive ways to ease symptoms where possible – sometimes getting children to take medicine can be as traumatic as the symptoms themselves!”
“For example, mums and dads know that getting a good night’s sleep is fundamental to their child’s recovery from any respiratory-related illness. So a logical complementary treatment to inhalers and medicines such as antihistamines and cold and flu syrups could be the Salin Plus salt therapy device.”
Liana Lorenzato uses Salin Plus to help with the congestion suffered by her two-year-old daughter, Aria-Rose.
“I heard about Salin Plus via my local Facebook Mothers Group. We have always used a vaporiser and seemed it wasn’t effective with our daughter. We decided to try salt therapy and since using the device, our daughter is sleeping more peacefully and her congestion has subsided. She also wakes happy from her sleep, whereas she used to wake upset and still tired. The fact that our daughter is sleeping through her day naps and at night means we can all function during the day!”
Salin Plus is easily portable thanks to its small size and light weight design, so people can continue salt therapy wherever they are – at home or away. It can be used all year round, offering a proactive and preventative way to tackle potential respiratory health issues for the whole family.
Thanks to Salin Plus, we have one Salin Plus device and filter to give away, valued at approximately $340.
The competition closes on June 22nd, and you can enter via the link below. Don't forget also to check out our other competitions.
For more information including where to buy visit www.salinplus.com