Floating Benefits

Benefits lasts for several days after the float.

The longer and the more often one floats, the stronger the effects become, the longer they last, and the better off someone is when they come in to float again. This creates a positive spiral of recovery and health that simply works to reinforce itself, giving people a path and a means towards a better life. The following information is taken from over 200 research articles containing both lab experiments and case studies, published between the 1960’s and the present.

Benefits of Gravity Reduction

Pain Relief & Injury Recovery
Expediting healing in broken bones
Expediting healing in sprained joints
Relief from back pain
Relief from neck pain
Spinal alignment Structural alignment
Physical rehabilitation

Athletic Training
Lactic acid reduction
Improved reaction time
Physical recovery
Injury recovery
Visualization

Medical Conditions
Arthritis
Scoliosis
Fibromyalgia

Pregnancy

Strengthened Immune System

Benefits of Sensory Deprivation

Stress Relief
Hypertension
Apoplexy or stroke
Coronary heart disease
Ulcers
Migraine or tension headaches
Asthma
Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
Depression
Burn out syndrome
Fertility issues
Temporomandibular (TMJ) Syndrome
Trichotillomania
...and more

Emotional Pain Relief
PTSD
Psychological Therapy

Autism

Insomnia

Jet lag

 

Weight Loss

Overall Well Being

Addiction
Smoking
Alcohol
Painkillers
Narcotics

Enhanced creativity
Hemispheric Brainwave
Synchronicity
Enhanced problem solving
Enhanced cognitive ability

Super Learning
Skill acquisition
Language acquisition
Memorization

Benefits of Epsom Salt

Skin and Hair Health

Muscle and Joint Soreness

Magnesium
Regulate & catalyze 300+ enzymes
Facilitate Calcium absorption
Supports bone growth &strength
Prevent Diabetes
Used in the production of Insulin
Prevent Asthma
Prevent Osteoporosis
Prevent Stroke
Prevent Heart Attack
Shorten Migraine symptoms
Lessen the severity of
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Sulfates
Autism
Detoxification
Alleviate Leaky Gut
Vital role brain tissue formation
Vital role in joint proteins formation