A man blows soap bubbles as part of therapy at the former Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort complex located in Wieliczka. Photo: AFP A man blows soap bubbles as part of therapy at the former Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort complex located in Wieliczka. Photo: AFP
A man blows soap bubbles as part of therapy at the former Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort complex located in Wieliczka. Photo: AFP
Wellness

Long Covid sufferers doing salt therapy at a former mine see an average ‘60 to 80 per cent improvement in their physical tests’

  • One of the world’s oldest salt mines, Wieliczka in Poland is being used to help recovering Covid-19 patients breathe easier with salt therapy and a dose of fun
  • Poland has taken a lead in rehabilitation programmes and research into long Covid, launching its first facility for post-Covid-19 patients in September

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A man blows soap bubbles as part of therapy at the former Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort complex located in Wieliczka. Photo: AFP A man blows soap bubbles as part of therapy at the former Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort complex located in Wieliczka. Photo: AFP
A man blows soap bubbles as part of therapy at the former Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort complex located in Wieliczka. Photo: AFP
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