|Floatation-RESTClinical research investigating Floatation-REST, although limited, has reported largely beneficial effects across a range of different stress- and pain-related conditions, including: hypertension, chronic tension headaches, chronic muscle tension pain in the back and neck, and stress-related pain with burnout depression. There have also been several studies focused on individuals with clinical anxiety, including generalized anxiety disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anorexia nervosa, panic disorder, agoraphobia, and social anxiety disorder, with many of these patients also presenting with comorbid major depressive disorder. The evidence published thus far suggests that Floatation-REST is a safe technique for rapidly reducing levels of stress, pain, and anxiety.
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|Floatation-REST lowers sympathetic arousal and alters the balance of the autonomic nervous system toward a more parasympathetic state. A deeper understanding of the neurophysiological processes underpinning floating’s anxiolytic effect could have important clinical implications.Specifically related to cardiovascular changes that occur as the result of Floatation-REST, several studies have reported significant reductions in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure when comparing measurements taken before and after a float session
Stress and Anxiety Links between stress/anxiety leading to poor health and sickness are rising with more and more evidence proving this .It is very important to have your crucial or what we call essential vitamins and nutrients by means of a healthy diet and with supplementing…
A healthy lifestyle and physical fitness is also important in combating stress and anxiety or depression. As an extra tool then we now have things like float therapy to combat these mood disorders. Its important to have an all round approach to staying on top of your mental health.
We are here to help If you or someone you know are suffering from any of the above please do give us a shout, we link in with plenty of different organizations and have the tools here to make a start on better mental wellbeing.
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