Climatic Therapy

Recommended for: Eczema, psoriasis, asthma, allergies

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This therapy utilises the natural marine climate of specific areas to help treat and relieve asthma. The sea and sunbathing component alleviates irritated skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. This form of therapy is common in the unique climate of the Dead Sea, but is found in various hill and mountainous regions as well. The air and water associated with distinctive climates delivers energy, treatment and prevention.

This type of therapy works best in regions with lower temperatures and lower atmospheric moisture. According to statistics, children with asthma benefited greatly from practicing climatic therapy in the mountains. 56% of asthma patients practicing climatic therapy in the North Sea saw improvement after 12 months.

The climate of the North Sea islands and high mountains have shown both short-term and long-term benefits for people suffering from allergies, psoriasis, and T-cell lymphoma. These areas are distant from air pollution and aerosol conditions, which have negative effects on breathing patterns and certain skin types. 

Although climate therapy has proven helpful to some, it is important to treat asthma and skin conditions medicinally as well. For more information, check out

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