Using A Float Tank For Stress & Anxiety
How Sensory Deprivation & Float Therapy Can Help You:
Are you Ready To Take Your Life Back From Stress?
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Does Escaping From Stress Seem Impossible?
Being the steward of your own mental health is a big responsibility. From our morning alarm to the last update of the night, we live in a hyper-connected world. It’s easy to over-stimulate ourselves and if we don’t make time to unplug and reset, even small stresses can build up and burn us out. Long term stress can seriously impact our health and is linked to arthritis, anxiety, depression, heart problems, obesity, cancer, and more.
But imagine having a natural way to unplug your mind from the stimulation of the outside world and get your stress under control so you can start enjoying your life again!
We’re Using Float Tanks to Help relieve stress and improve mental health!
Because of the way the human body works, float tanks are one of the most relaxing and calming places on planet Earth, here’s why...
In our daily lives, if we experience stress or anxiety, our sympathetic nervous system activates and floods our body with hormones like epinephrine and cortisol. These stress hormones trigger our fight or flight response even in situations when there’s no actual threat present.
If we don’t detox these chemicals from our system, they can build up over time and trap us in perpetually stressed-out thought patterns. If you’ve ever been caught in a downward stress spiral, you know exactly how difficult it is to break free, but float tanks make it easier!
Inside a float tank, you’re completely disconnected from the outside world.
There are no lights, no sounds, no external distractions, and nothing that can trigger your body’s biological stress response.
The epsom salt saturated water in the tank is kept at precisely skin temperature and your body floats effortlessly on top. Without any external stimulation, your sympathetic nervous system naturally stops producing these stress hormones in your body.
As you relax further, your parasympathetic nervous system activates and releases endorphins and dopamine throughout your body, naturally disrupting your stress feedback cycle.