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SHOULD I TRY FLOAT TANK THERAPY?


What does a float tank do?

People use floatation tanks for relaxation. The tank reduces external stimulation such as sound, touch and light. The salt water (a solution of water and Epsom salts) is extremely buoyant which makes it easy to float.


What are the benefits of floating?

Studies suggest time spent floating in a sensory deprivation tank may have some benefits in healthy people, such as muscle relaxation, better sleep, decrease in pain, and decreased stress and anxiety.


Is floating good for arthritis?

The antigravity nature of floatation should not be underestimated when it comes to treating arthritis. Because floating removes the effects of gravity, it allows your muscles and joints to relax and decompress.


What is float therapy good for?

The main benefit of using a sensory deprivation tank is to ease mental anxiety and muscle tension. Due to how buoyant the Epsom salt and water solution is, you can fully relax all of your muscles when floating. This is similar to experiencing zero gravity.


Do float tanks really work?

Flotation-REST has been found to be effective in reducing anxiety. A 2018 study showed that a single one-hour session in a sensory deprivation tank was capable of a significant reduction in anxiety and improvement in mood in the 50 participants with stress- and anxiety-related disorders.


What does sensory deprivation do to the body?

A sensory deprivation tank cuts a person off from as many sensory inputs as possible. Supporters claim that the experience can make a person feel rejuvenated, potentially easing anxiety, relaxing muscles, and reducing pain. Current research indicates that people in good health can benefit from sensory deprivation


How often should I float?

Most patients see the benefits of using float therapy around two or more times a week, and even more positive results from long periods of routine use. The number of float sessions could differ depending on your reasons for choosing float therapy. For some people, once a week for 2 months is plenty

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