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[Floatation Tank Experience] The Secret To Complete Relaxation

By Annette Young | Monday Monday Staff -    2018-04-05

Have you ever thought about having a floatation tank experience? They provide so many benefits related to relaxation and help ease the stresses of life. Filled with salt water at skin temperature, you float effortlessly while letting go of all cares and external distractions slip away.

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Why a Floatation Tank Experience Should Work for You

Relaxation is so important in this day and age, perhaps more so than ever before. We work longer hours and have to consistently juggle daily tasks and manage the expectations of others. Although there are far more opportunities available in life, stress has intensified greatly too. There’s no doubt that finding ways in which to relax and let go of the stresses and strains of life is paramount. This is why a floatation tank experience could be perfect as a way to reduce stress. 

Stress is a killer. We often underestimate this in life. We ignore the symptoms of stress too, from extreme fatigue, irritability, and nagging headaches. Then, these can manifest into more serious health conditions if we leave issues unresolved. Whether you have a busy, highly-pressured job or just need a little nurturing and some quality ‘you time,’ a floatation tank experience may be just what you are looking for. Initially, it may take some getting used to. However, if you can settle into the experience and let go of any initial concerns you may have, you will find it incredibly relaxing.

What is a Floatation Tank?

Think of a floatation tank as a long pod– it’s approximately 8 feet in length (although there are different sizes) and it is filled with salty water. The salt is highly concentrated. This means you float the moment you lie back in the water. With earplugs and a lid that comes over, it helps you to shut out the world for a designated period of time. You float in the darkness and release all those inner worries. These are often called sensory deprivation tanks and they have been used successfully for those suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). It has enabled them to overcome or reduce anxieties.  Once you use a floatation tank, the chances are that you will want to do so repeatedly. In many ways, it’s akin to entering an alternative universe, one where everyday stressors do not exist.

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Annette Young

http://annettejyoung.com

Annette Young has been working as a professional writer for approximately 14-years and is passionate about the written word. She is the author of 18-books in her own name and has ghost-written numerous books for clients worldwide.

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