ℹ️WHAT IS PTSD AND HOW CAN FLOAT THERAPY HELP?
Military veterans, especially those who served in combat situations, are much more likely than the general population to suffer from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).It is a tragic and sometimes debilitating disorder that can develop after an individual survives a trauma.
ℹ️ PHYSICAL BENEFITS
Often, sufferers experience intense muscle fatigue, insomnia, bodily pain, and other physical side effects from having a PTSD panic attack.
Floating has been shown to reduce these symptoms. When the body is weightless, stress on the muscles and joints can fade away. Insomniacs have seen major improvements in their ability to sleep after experiencing complete sensory deprivation; and blood pressure decreases due to the magnesium sulphate that the body is suspended in during the float.
In fact, there is even study taking place into the impact of floating on patients with fibromyalgia. The physical benefits for many types of intense pain and fatigue make floating a very beneficial treatment for PTSD sufferers.
ℹ️MENTAL BENEFITS FOR PTSD SUFFERERS
The sensory deprived state of floating has been shown to help enhance mental focus, particularly when someone floats regularly. This can help those with PTSD strengthen their ability to snap out of flashbacks, breathe their way through fear, and reduce the intensity and length of their panic attacks. There have also been studies that show floating to be helpful in memory retention and behavioral changes – for example, a great many floaters have quit smoking using this therapy.
For sufferers of PTSD, these mental health benefits may be the most important of all. With floating, it becomes easier to keep the mind on the present and to build the self-control necessary to face PTSD and overcome it.
We also other treatments besides float therapy such as Cryo Therapy, Oxygen Therapy, Infrared Therapy.
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