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Published on: 04 Oct 2016 by rudyard
Almost everybody on the entire planet have become more conscious about the importance of good health and living a productive life and the biggest problem that these people are faced with is time. Busy back to back work schedules, family and deadlines have also taken their toll on the general population leaving little time for most to achieve their health potentials.
There are many people out there that we know who have gone to extremes in order to stay fit including late night jogs or doing a couple of laps in the swimming pool and then there are others who punish themselves at the gym with extreme workout regimes over the weekends.
Although these activities cannot be written off as ineffective, and in most cases they do advocate better health physically, the state of mental health is almost always left unattended expect for those who meditate at least once a week. Also it is worth to note here that reaching meditative objectives are not easy either, it takes a lot of time and patience to reach the blissful state of mind that meditation has to offer.
Although the general belief most people have is that ‘a healthy body leads to a healthy mind’ the opposite ‘a healthy mind leads to a healthy body’ is also true and there are ways to achieve this without the need to practice meditation for hundreds of hours. How? Read on.
If you have been actively Googling about health on the internet, the chances are that you have come across articles about floatation therapy and the sensory deprivation tank, if you are wondering whether these things work, they actually do and this is based article on clinical studies and evidence from clinical trials have revealed a wealth of information on how these floatation therapy sessions are helping individuals become healthier in mind and body.
The clinical trials have proven that floatation therapy does not just ease the mind into an altered state that allows individuals to reduce stress, but it also helps correct sleep disorders, assists in overcoming withdrawal symptoms from certain habits, enhances healing processes for those who have suffered from injuries, relieves pain and more importantly increase concentration levels of the individual to an extent that athletes are becoming floatation therapy’s biggest consumers.
According to the studies, the reason why floatation therapy is so effective is due to the added resources that the brain has during ‘float sessions’, the absence of external stimuli such as sight, sound, smell, heat variations and gravity frees up ‘brain power’ which is channelled towards inner healing.
During the session the individuals production of serotonin, dopamine and endorphins are increased significantly and the production of cortisol, adrenaline and epinephrine are decreased, which refreshes the entire biology of the individual.
Coupled with the fact that the therapy is not really as expensive as most people believe it to be as a sixty minute or ninety minute session could cost as little as 50 AUD / (35 USD) per session (some do charge more, depending on the area and the added facilities that they provide) and regardless of how much you pay the benefits of being in an isolation tank would make every cent spent floating – worth your while.