An hour in a float tank promotes a reduction in the release of stress hormones and promotes the feel-good neurotransmitters.
When the brain reaches theta state the mind becomes hyper suggestible. Having fewer distractions promotes the retention and understanding of new material, with research showing improved performance in memory and recall activities after floating.
Research has shown greater interaction and cooperation between the right (creative side) and left (analytical side) lobes of the brain while floating. This synchronization can lead to higher levels of performance and productivity, and a general sense of competence, confidence and wholeness.
Floatation is great for re-setting tired, stressed and cluttered minds. Many regular floaters see significant improvements with:
- Post-natal depression