How Floatation May Improve Cognition

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The brain is extraordinarily complex. Many researchers maintain that our unconscious minds process the equivalent of 11 million bits of information per second. Our central nervous systems coordinate the activities of every part of our bodies. Given how much we expect our brains to handle, it’s no wonder we need to recharge. Sleep is one way to rest and regroup, … Read More

The Scientific Argument for Float Therapy

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When you hear about being closed inside of a tank filled with water that has been warmed to body temperature and packed with enough Epsom salts to make you float, you might not immediately think of the benefits. But there are many advantages to the practice of restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST). For the past 65 years, the scientific community … Read More