Sensory Deprivation Details

Float therapy, also referred to as sensory deprivation or floating in a chamber of isolation, requires floating in a reduced sensory environment. Typically this is done by being placed in a light and soundproof float pod, chamber, or tank. In 6 to 12 inches of skin temperature water that has been coated with 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt, the body is then allowed to float. Sulfate Magnesium supersaturates the saltwater solution, which enables the body to float easily. The tank is not only ideal for relieving weightless pain, but the lack of stimulation is the ideal atmosphere for clearing the mind and decreasing stress and anxiety. If you’re looking for more tips, Sensory Deprivation has it for you.

Floatation therapy has been used as a way to decrease stress, pain and anxiety for years. Float therapy can, however, be used as an alternative treatment to assist with a variety of illnesses and physical ailments. One such disorder in which float therapy can be highly effective is Lyme disease.

Floating of Epsom salt in large amounts, i.e. Sulfate Magnesium can help rid their bodies of toxins. The body floats in a water solution which is heavily saturated with magnesium sulphate during a float treatment session. Then these sulphates are absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream and increase the ability of the liver to rid the body of toxins.

CONTACT INFO :

Float Coppell
230 N Denton Tap Rd Ste 113-A, Coppell, Texas 75019
Phone Number : 972-393-0913