Alan Watts asks the question
A New Video from Shane Stott sets some realistic expectations for a first float.
Through the use of the float tank and time spent floating, a bigger set of questions start to emerge, a larger view of the world around us becomes important and interesting. We have built this section of the Where To Float site to provide all floaters the food for thought they naturally end up seeking, questioning and evaluating on there own terms.
Shane Stott's Tales from the tank, 3 Ways to enhance a home float
Many sufferers of Fibromyalgia are getting significant pain relief from floating, the relief is more profound and lasting as the number of float sessions increases. Fibromyalgia is a common syndrome in which a person has long-term, body-wide pain and tenderness in the joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues.
It makes sense that floating helps Fibromyalgia sufferers as it has been linked to fatigue, sleep problems, headaches, depression, and anxiety all of which are addressed by the effects of floating.
But its not just Fibromyalgia sufferers who are getting benefit, athletes after intense training sessions are recovering quicker allowing them to return to training faster giving them a significant performance advantage.
Pain can manifest itself in many ways and can often be a sign from the mind and body that something is out of balance from stomach pains to headaches and much more, try floating and see if you can gain some relief.
We have a number of video testimonials below from other people who have found floating to work for them.
We shouldn't need to to say it, but go to a doctor first!
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