How To Create a Habit


Creating a healthy habit takes a little bit of effort. Alright, sometimes it takes a ton of effort! Whether that’s in relation to working out, eating better, or even submitting to a therapy that you’ll benefit from, it takes dedication. Everyone leads fairly busy lives, so making a change can require you to rethink your routines.

Experts from the University College Of London say once you do something for a total of just 66 days, it can become a habit. So basically if you do something over and over again for two months, it might become part of your regular routine. This is actually great news! Creating a habit is easier than you might think.

Creating a Habit That Benefits You

When you suffer from seasonal allergies or respiratory issues like asthma, it can be beneficial to seek out an alternative treatment. That’s where halotherapy comes into play. Not only is this therapy non-invasive, but it couldn’t be easier to do.

We offer this form of salt therapy at The Salt Suite®. When you make the commitment to come in on a regular weekly basis, you are going to see a significant improvement in symptoms of your conditions. This will create a habit that benefits you in the long run. It’s better than popping a pill that isn’t taking care of all your symptoms in a natural and homeopathic way.

Monthly Packages Available

There are packages we offer with unlimited visits. This will go a long way into creating a healthy habit that salt therapy provides to you, or your loved one. Your children who have skin conditions, allergies, or asthma can also benefit from our kids rooms. These are specially designed with toys and books that they will love to play with during their treatment. Being in the salt rooms is an enjoyable experience, so that helps create the habit of coming when again and again, so you can relax while taking in the salt particles the air provides in each anti-bacterial room.

Sometimes just feeling better will spur you into coming more often, because you are picking up on the results of the treatment. Your healthy halotherapy habit will feel like a normal part of your week or even month very soon.

“During a typical adult session customers put their feet up in a comfortable leather chair rest or read and breathe in a dry salt aerosol. The micro particles are blown in the air by halo generators. In our separate children’s room kids play in a big sand box except with salt on the walls and floor and play while breathing in the dry salt air.”


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