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How Floating Can Help With Depression

Depression is a common mental illness that affects more than 18 percent of adults in the United States — that’s more than 18 million adults in any given year. The symptoms which include sadness, low motivation, sleep problems, and eating disturbances can interfere with work, school, and relationships. Fortunately, there are holistic treatments available that can help with depression. Research is showing that float therapy, a type of therapy treatment that involves floating in a sound and light-free space, may greatly benefit those suffering from depression.

Is time in a float tank the ultimate mental pick-me-up tool? People seeking holistic treatments for depression have every reason to be interested in floatation-REST (Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy). Growing research indicates that floatation-REST may produce antidepressant effects in floaters. Take a look at the latest on using the float as the fix for depression.

How Sensory Deprivation in a Float Tank Can Help With Depression

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