Floatation therapy is a tried-and-true method of improving both mental and physical health, and its efficacy cannot be denied by anyone, regardless of their background or their prior exposure to holistic medical practices. The question is, what are the advantages of regular floatation therapy sessions? Can you get anything out of a floating session besides rest and tranquillity? It's important to ask yourself these questions when deciding if floatation therapy is right for you. Here is everything about floatation therapy Leeds.
Float therapy is performed inside a sensory deprivation tank, which is a pool or tank-link enclosure that is filled with saltwater and is completely sound-proof and dark. The purpose of the tanks is to provide a more tranquil environment in which to heal and recharge by reducing exposure to stressful outside influences. Many stress-related physical ailments, such as hypertension, headaches, and muscle cramps, and mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, are now thought to benefit from flotation therapy tanks.
The relaxing effects of even a one-hour float, which you can do every day without risk, tend to last for days afterwards. The benefits of floating are cumulative, so it's best to float at least once or twice a week.
Many people experience anxiety of some sort, but it rarely becomes a significant issue. For one, there's a lot more room inside the tank than meets the eye, and you can stand up and walk around with ease. Some people find it helpful to leave a light on and a door slightly ajar or wide open. The most important thing to remember is that you have complete influence over your experience.
As a passive activity, floating is meant to reduce stress and anxiety while also calming the body. Even though there is no actual circulation of water during your float session, your body movements can cause the water to move. Extremely sensitive individuals may feel nauseated due to the motion of the water, but this is a rare occurrence. If you think you could have motion sickness, consider a shorter session (45 minutes) with the pod lights still on. It's helpful for motion sickness patients because it provides a visual reference point. A breath of fresh air might do the trick, so try floating with the pod lid slightly, or even wholly, open.
We get it if you're sceptical about floatation therapy. But, unless you give it a go, you won't know what benefits await you. To book a therapy session, call Dragonfly Skin Day Spa. If a massage is more your thing, they may arrange it for you. Visiting Dragonfly Skin in Leeds City centre can help you forget about your aches and enter a deeper state of calmness and relaxation.
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