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What is the difference between floating in salt water and a sensory deprivation tank?

Updated: Oct 23, 2022

When you float in saltwater, it's more about your body. Sensory deprivation it's more about your mind.

Floating in saltwater can provide a sense of calmness. It allows muscles to release tension and promotes deep breathing. It reduces stress levels by releasing endorphins. Endorphins make you feel good (in the same way exercise does).

Sensory deprivation can provide a sense of peace for your mind. Allowing you to relax without any distractions from your surroundings. People with anxiety get a moment to get some much-needed rest. You don't need to feel like you're doing anything wrong. Float tanks benefit those with PTSD because they help reduce panic.

It's hard to find time for yourself in this fast-paced world. You're running from one obligation to the next. Before you know it, the day is over. At the end of a long day you don't feel like taking time for yourself.

What if there was an easy way for you to get some much-needed "me" time? All it takes is 30-90 minutes once a month. For many people, spending time in saltwater is all you need. Sensory deprivation is an added bonus.

Saltwater with reduced sensory deprivation has many benefits. It can reduce your stress and improve your cognitive performance.

Scheduling a session is easy. We would love to help you find peace of mind through our service!



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