Floatation therapy is a fast and easy way for deep relaxation to be achieved. As the source of sickness and physical ailments, stress is continuously recognised and floatation therapy is a perfect way to unwind and release pent up stress. Float Therapy has some nice tips on this.
Originally, a physician and neuro-psychiatrist named Dr. John C. Lilly gave birth to the floatation tank concept. His research turned him in the direction of sensory deprivation and the influence it had on brain activity reduction. When Dr. Lilly was receiving training in psychoanalysis, he continued to find out as much about isolating people from all external stimuli as he could. Early in the 1950’s, his first tank was built.
Floatation therapy offers an almost instantaneous feeling of well-being for individuals: as brain activity reduces, any problems or worries become insignificant and easy to solve. If a person has endured physical pain or aches, or has a stress-related condition such as insomnia, the invention of Dr. Lilly will prove invaluable. More areas of the brain will function harmoniously together to provide healing and clarity of thought when the body and mind enter into such a comfortable state.
Most ways of such deep relaxation require a lot of time and practise before it is possible to achieve some deeper stages. No learning or practise is needed with floatation therapy, and no energy is necessary. It’s as simple as climbing in and floating for a moment in the tank. Even if it’s the end of a hectic, tiring week, it will be well worth it to collect the courage to climb on in.
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