Sensory Deprivation Tank

Mainstream media vs floating

Media promotes inaccurate stereotypes about the nature of floating. 

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What do you see in your mind when you picture an isolation tank? What words enter your head when you think of floating?

If popular culture exerts a powerful influence in your life, there’s a good chance those thoughts and words are not positive. Mainstream media has never approached floating or float tanks with an open mind. The whole concept is treated as mysterious, dangerous or odd.

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Floating traces its roots to ancient cultures and has improved the lives of thousands of people all over the world. Such a rich history does not seem to matter in mainstream media. You rarely see floating portrayed in a positive light.

Two viewpoints usually emerge when floating is discussed. It is mocked and dismissed as a bizarre new-age ritual by some critics. Other critics shroud it in fear and mystery and work hard to dissuade people from giving floating a chance by convincing them it will cause negative changes to their personality and character.

These stereotypes paint an inaccurate picture of the true effect floating has on the mind and body. Spending even an hour inside an isolation tank produces a multitude of positive changes.

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A person who floats feels better. Stress melts away. Pain decreases. Learning increases. New thoughts and ideas emerge from the unlocked subconscious mind. The best part is it feels good because it is natural to who we really want to be deep down.

Isolation tanks are not objects to be feared or ridiculed because of a lack of understanding. They can serve as the greatest tools for unlocking the mind and healing the body. A person who gives floating a chance can truly impact their own life in positive ways.

Media reports that fail to capture what the true essence of floating is have missed the point of why people do it in the first place.

Floating away arthritis pain

Arthritis can affect your quality of life in so many negative ways. This chronic pain attacks your joints and causes enough inflammation to make it tough to do simple tasks like opening a jar.

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The good news is you don’t have to live with these problems. Beyond simply taking medicine for the pain, you can use floating sessions in an isolation tank to get you feeling whole again. Floating is an effective tool for counterattacking many symptoms of arthritis.

Epsom salt is one reason why floating is good for treating arthritic aches and pains. It has been used as a pain reliever for hundreds of years. The water used in an isolation tank has a high concentration of Epsom salt. 

Epsom salt serves as a natural muscle relaxer. It also alleviates pain from tendinitis and sprains and promotes quicker healing in joints.

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Floating puts the body in a weightless environment and takes pressure off the muscles, bones and joints. These vital parts are allowed to relax in the water. The saline water is absorbed by the skin and it improves the condition of the muscles and joints.

Research suggests that Epsom salt can help a body to heal more quickly from physical ailments than simply taking medicine alone. Many people who suffer from chronic pain turn to floating as a solution because they know the whole experience makes a significant difference.

It doesn’t make sense to live with arthritic pain when solutions are available to treat it. Floating in an isolation tank is one such solution.