Fibromyalgia is a rare and often misdiagnosed disease. Health.com, HealthCentral.com, and Webmd.com all state that Fibromyalgia is one of the hardest diseases to diagnose. Doctors often diagnose it for lack of any better ideas.
But the pain is real.
Whether or not you have Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Fatigue Syndrome, Hypothyroidism or stress, Floating can help reduce your symptoms. Alleviation of depression and anxiety. Floating is known to promote deep relaxation, clear thinking, and rest. These are all cures for depression and anxiety. Many counselors prescribe floating as an alternative to medicines.
Promotion of better, more restful sleep.
Sleep is key to a healthy life. Fibromyalgia can make it difficult to sleep or even lay still. Floating helps relax the body’s muscles and joints.
The biggest benefit of floating is pain relief. Many people who suffer from fibromyalgia give up hope after trying dozens of treatments that don’t work.
Don’t give up! Floating can help ease your pain.
“[It was] like stepping into a warmth that was hard to describe. I felt held, secure, safe, enveloped and surrounded by this wonderful water that was so good to feel against my painful body. I had immediate pain relief and no breakthrough pain for 17 hours after my first float.” – Tina (Floater)
Relief of muscle tightness.
Several studies done by colleges and doctors have shown that muscle tightness and discomfort can be cured in as little as 3 float sessions.
Correct magnesium deficiency.
Magnesium is essential to over 300 functions in the body. Floating regularly helps correct the body’s magnesium levels.
While not directly related to Fibromyalgia, many studies have shown that floating can help increase performance for sports and everyday activities. This is due to many things which you can read about in our article on “Floating for Sports” and “Floating for Creativity”. Fibromyalgia sufferers who float on a regular basis also report feeling more energetic.
Overall quality of life.
Less pain, better sleep, and a happier mood are all quality of life improvements. If you or someone you know has Fibromyalgia, give us a call today or swing by our office.
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