How to Ground Yourself After Floating

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After a floatation session, you’ll feel rejuvenated and refreshed. You might feel ready for work, but the worst thing you can do is jump back into your routine straight after a floating session. Doing so actually disturbs the relaxing effects floatation creates and will block the full benefits of your session. So, after your next floatation experience, take some time … Read More

3 Ways to Keep Your Zen on the Road

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For many people, the holidays mean increased travel. It’s enjoyable to see friends and family, but long hours on an airplane or in a car make you feel stiff and tired. When you sleep in a new place, you often get less rest. Holiday travel disrupts your diet and family dynamics can cause stress. Whether you spend hours on a … Read More

How Floatation Therapy Helps Keep Your Resolutions

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As we settle into the New Year, people resolve to start healthy behaviors or change unhealthy ones. The most common resolutions involve losing weight, quitting smoking, or reducing lifestyle-related stress. Most people break their resolutions a few weeks in, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Floatation can help you meet your goals for 2018 to be happier and … Read More

Avoid Getting Sick This Winter With Floatation Therapy

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During cold weather months, germs are everywhere. Getting a flu shot helps, but it doesn’t protect against the wide range of bacteria and viruses crawling on public surfaces. Floatation therapy provides a number of health benefits that boost immunity. Find out how regular float sessions can help keep you from getting sick this winter. Reduce Stress Stress impacts the immune … Read More

Three Ways Floatation Can Help Your ADHD Child

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has become so common today that many parents are alarmed, but not necessarily surprised, at the diagnosis. The diagnosis rate for this actual disorder among children is above 10%. Parents looking for something to help their children cope with the inability to focus through sensory input are now looking to floatation therapy as a supplemental … Read More

How Floatation Therapy Can Help Survivors Cope

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Floatation offers a survivor a chance to get away from the world for a bit, helping them relieve stress, anxiety, and other results stemming from their traumatic experiences. Understand Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) The development of PTSD usually stems from a traumatic event, which anyone may face. Around 56% of Americans face some kind of severely traumatic event (e.g., near-death, … Read More

Three Ways Floatation Can Get You Back on the Field Sooner

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Winter provides some of the most exciting venues for sports worldwide. However, those sports often result in some injuries that can keep you sidelined. Whether suffering from a concussion or nursing a bruised muscle, floatation can help you get better faster, so you’re back on the field before your team misses you. Helps All Types of Athletes Many different athletes … Read More

Winter Is Coming! Float the Winter Blues Away

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With winter approaching, you’re probably preparing to get through those gloomy months with fewer sunny days and less outdoor activity. Shorter days, lower temperatures, and lack of sufficient exercise all lead to some dark days. Here’s how floatation can help you during those freezing months. Understand Winter’s Effects During the winter, many people feel the effects of decreased sunlight. They … Read More

Five Techniques for Relaxation

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Letting go takes practice for some people. Even in a floatation tank, some people’s minds race at 90 mph. The concept of nothingness or pure focus is foreign. When it comes to relaxation, what works for one person may not work for another. There are a few techniques floaters can try to eliminate the mind’s noisiness and enjoy the full … Read More

Five Times You Should Not Use a Floatation Tank

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Most people can safely use floatation tanks to relax and eliminate tension and strain throughout the body, but there are a few times you should skip floatation. Individuals should avoid floating if they are intoxicated, have a contagious illness, have a known incontinence problem, or an open wound (including new tattoos). Read on for some helpful answers to questions people … Read More