Floating in the Media
As time went on, I moved past relaxation and entered what I can only describe as an almost trance-like state; at times, I couldn’t tell where my body ended and where the water began. I couldn’t tell if my eyes were opened or closed, and I couldn’t tell if I was awake or asleep. It was like meditating on steroids.
“A New Alternative To Antidepressants.
A new option has recently debuted in the medical world. A natural medication that can help treat depression as well, if not better than previous depression medications. This new miracle is magnesium. Magnesium is a mineral that the body naturally craves and recent studies have shown that 248 mg of magnesium per day can lead to an astounding reversal of depression symptoms.”
“While many floaters come for the stress relief, a fair number of others come for the athletic-performance benefits the salt soak offers. It’s even become a favorite recovery method for some pro athletes.
“This is one of the best things you can do after a hard workout for sore muscles”
"Attention is a biological phenomenon," Muskin said. "When you empty your mind, be that by breath, floatation, meditation, exercise… it works by allowing our brains to do some discharge of the junk and let us go back to work."
Did You Know Sensory Deprivation Has Been Around Since 1950’s?
FLOATING IS NOW BECOMING A RECOGNIZED AND LOVED THERAPY FOR A RANGE OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL BENEFITS - ALL WITHOUT ANY EFFORT ON YOU PART
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