Stress is a natural aspect of our lives that we have to deal with, whether or not we want to. But it’s always hard to find a way to wind down and relax, even as a passive thing. One way to get some time out and provide you with relief is flotation therapy. Browse this site listing about Float Coppell-Float Therapy
Flotation therapy works by floating on a flotation tank that is filled with a salt water mixture that is very thick. The water is 25 cm deep in the tank. The mixture makes it difficult for you to sink with a very high concentration of Epsom salts, so you can float effortlessly.
In general, the flotation tank is put in a room with its own bathroom equipment. Before entering the tank, you are expected to shower and then shower again to remove the salt mixture after you float. When floating, most people don’t wear anything, which makes it a very private experience. However, if you prefer to do so, you are also allowed to wear a swimsuit.
The tank has a hatch that allows you to choose whether, by closing the hatch, you want to float in darkness or leave it open. The choice of floating in silence, with soft and gentle music or with a self-hypnosis audio playing in the background is also provided by some spas.
Your body immediately relaxes as you float as the external stimuli to your senses are minimised. And since the water in the flotation tank is at the temperature of the skin, it would be difficult to discern the boundary between the body and the air and water.
Research has shown that there are a variety of physical effects on the body from this kind of treatment. It slows the heart rate and breathing. The reduction in gravity allows the muscles to relax and lowers the muscles’ electrical activity, which helps them to release stress. Also, the supply of blood to the muscles increases. All these variables can lead to healing faster. They also help to alleviate cardiovascular issues, pain, stress, depression, difficulty sleeping and tiredness.