Floating for Health

A New Float Study on Anxiety and Depression

A study producing astonishing results! A recent study conducted by Dr. Justin Feinstein revealed some fascinating facts about floatation therapy and its affect on the human body. An open-label trial was conducted with 50 patients needing treatment for clinical anxiety and depression. The study produced astonishing results showing the same neurological improvement in all 50 patients.  “Moreover, participants reported significant reductions in stress, muscle tension, pain, depression and negative affect, accompanied by a significant improvement Read more…

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Can floating make you better at your job?

The need for awareness, creativity, and focus. Most jobs require a bit of focus. Some jobs demand creativity and others force you to be aware at all times. Being able to do these things better will make you better at your job. Being better at your job can lead to positive attention, compliments, and even pay raises! Floatation Therapy helps millions of hard working American’s stay focused, creative, and aware. Give floating a try at Souler Float! Read more…

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Floating to reduce Electrosensitivity (ES) and Electrohypersensitivity (EHS)

The need to unplug is more real than ever. You may have heard the terms Electrosensitivity (ES) and Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) popping up in the media lately. These terms represent the negative affects of Radiofrequency (RF) Radiation.  RF Radiation is produced by man-made electronic devices and is becoming increasingly harder to avoid. Computers, Televisions, Antennas, and Cell Phones are just a few of the major contributors to ES and EHS. “The potential that wireless RF radiation can harm human beings has Read more…

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The Importance of Taking Time for Yourself

You don’t have to earn time off. It’s too easy to  work your life away. We rush from home to work and back again without stopping to take for ourselves. On the off chance that we start allowing our mind to drift away, we are reminded to stay focused by our smart phones, laptops and tablets. This is the world that we live in and it is an unhealthy one. Making time for yourself is important Read more…

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Floating for Stress Relief

Take time to relax. Most people live a very hectic life. We run from errand to errand, in between jobs, and spend whatever time is left with our families. We never take a moment to ourselves, and our bodies notice this. Without downtime to let our body’s process and recover from events, our system begins to accumulate stress and operate at less than optimal levels. If left untreated this effect accumulates and becomes worse. Eventually the brain Read more…

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Floating during Pregnancy

Floatation Therapy is available for women in their 2nd and 3rd trimesters, and only after receiving medical clearance from a doctor. Floating can offer pregnant women an amazing amount of relaxation and pain relief. Your baby floats, and you should too! Floating allows you to escape the added weight of pregnancy. It takes the strain off your body and spine. It promotes excellent sleep, and sleeping is very important! Epsom salt also decreases inflammation, muscle discomfort, joint Read more…

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Floating for Migraine & Headache Relief

A Natural Remedy for Migraine Headaches Migraines affect more than 28 million people in the US alone. Migraines can occur at any time, and often bring a focused pain to one side of the head. They can last for hours and even days. There are two main types of migraines; classic and common. Classic migraines are characterized by light spots, loss of vision, and numbness that occur just before the onset of the headache. A Read more…

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The History of Floatation Therapy

The American neuro-physiologist Professor Dr. John C. Lilly developed the first floatation tank in 1950. While working at the National Institute of Mental Health, Dr. Lilly and his colleague Dr. Shurley were inspired to study the human mind, specifically in relation to conscious brain activity. They wanted to know if the brain depended on external stimuli to remain conscious. They began by figuring out the best method to deprive the body of stimulation. The answer Read more…

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What makes Epsom salt different from other salts?

What is Epsom Salt? Epsom salt is made of magnesium and sulfate. These two nutrients are not found in other salts, so there is no substitute for Epsom salt. Its unique formula also means that it has unique uses and benefits not found with other salts. Epsom salt has been used for agriculture, food preparation, chemistry, aquatic life, and for holistic healing. What makes Epsom salt different from table salt? Many people assume that salt Read more…

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4 Great Reasons to Try Floating

It’s an experience worth having. I imagine that Floating closely compares to what a baby feels like in a womb. The water is warm, the atmosphere relaxing, and there is a general feeling of peace. Not only is it an incredibly soothing experience, but it’s also fun. Fun isn’t a word often used when describing floatation therapy, but drifting around in a dark private jacuzzi is something most people don’t get to do. You are Read more…

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