The only salt inhaler with controlled emission of aerosols for the treatment of respiratory diseases.
Asthma is characterised by a chronic inflammation of the bronchia and a bronchial hyper-reactivity (an exaggerated reactivity to certain stimuli that create contraction of the muscles close to the bronchia; a phenomena also called bronchospasm). These activities cause the airways to become narrower and the production of a viscous mucus which is harder to eliminate.

Causes are not completely known but in general asthma is caused by a combination of genetic, allergic and environmental factors.

In the period between the crisis Asthma manifests itself as difficulty in breathing, irritable cough, fatigue due to physical effort, and sleep disorders. During the asthma crisis (the acute episode) the airways become extremely narrow creating a feeling of suffocation, wheezing, pressure at the chest level and a more aggressive cough, with the elimination of small quantities of mucus at the end of the crisis.
Provocative factors include, common cold or flu, exposure to cigarette smoke or pollutants, dust or animal hair, physical effort or the administration of certain drugs.
Added to the treatment recommended by the medical practitioner, the SaltMed saline inhaler may ensure the following through the controlled emission of dry, saline particles:

- Immediate improvement of breathing and physical effort capacity through a decrease of the bronchia inflammation, fluidisation of the mucus and a more efficient elimination of the trachea - bronchia secretions
- Decrease of the number and severity of the asthma crisis (acute episodes) through the reduction of the bronchia hyperactivity
- Increased resistance to respiratory conditions by improving local immunity and the elimination of the pathogenic micro-organisms (bactericidal and bacteriostatic effects)
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