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10 Tips For Your First Float

Hopefully you're reading this shortly before your first float experience. We've collected some of the most commonly asked sensory deprivation questions and put together thorough answers that will help get you through. Your first float can be an incredibly powerful experience, assuming you check all of the boxes beforehand. Read on to guarantee an amazing first time float.

How Much Does An Isolation Tank Cost

If you’re like me, you have already experienced or read all about the benefits of isolation tanks. At this point you might be interested in purchasing one of your own. Again, if you’re anything like me, you might also be worried about the cost of purchasing one of your own! Well, this article will provide you a solid understanding of the cost of purchasing your own isolation tank.

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10 Tips For Your First Float

Hopefully you're reading this shortly before your first float experience. We've collected some of the most commonly asked sensory deprivation questions and put together thorough answers that will help get you through. Your first float can be an incredibly powerful experience, assuming you check all of the boxes beforehand. Read on to guarantee an amazing first time float.

Should I Wear Contact Lenses In A Float Tank

Contact lenses are an often annoying, but necessary part of life for many of us. I personally can't function in society without sporting my either glasses or contact lenses. But the float tank is a different situation. You absolutely do not need to wear contact lenses while inside a float tank. In fact, I highly suggest that you do not wear contacts while floating.

Can You Drown In A Sensory Deprivation Tank

Drowning in a float tank is nearly impossible. The water in a float tank is only about 12 inches deep and contains hundreds of pounds of Epsom salts that increase the density and buoyancy of the water, allowing you to float with ease. In fact, it's nearly impossible to not float in a sensory deprivation tank.

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Am I Too Heavy For A Float Tank

A common concern from heavier floaters is if they'll even be able to float in the sensory deprivation tank. Quick answer: yes, you will float! Even as a heavier individual, you will still absolutely float in a tank. In fact, people with more mass generally have an easier time floating than more lean individuals. This can be generally attributed to the fact that body fat has a lower density than lean muscle. Therefore, individuals with higher percentages of body fat will find that they have an easier time floating than those with lower body fat.

10 Tips For Your First Float

Hopefully you're reading this shortly before your first float experience. We've collected some of the most commonly asked sensory deprivation questions and put together thorough answers that will help get you through. Your first float can be an incredibly powerful experience, assuming you check all of the boxes beforehand. Read on to guarantee an amazing first time float.

Should I Wear Contact Lenses In A Float Tank

Contact lenses are an often annoying, but necessary part of life for many of us. I personally can't function in society without sporting my either glasses or contact lenses. But the float tank is a different situation. You absolutely do not need to wear contact lenses while inside a float tank. In fact, I highly suggest that you do not wear contacts while floating.

5 Joys Of Float Center Employees

Working at a float center can be just as fun as it is frustrating. Employees have access to one of the greatest tools for relaxing and clearing your mind. And they have the ability to share that experience with others. There are a few other great benefits to working at a sensory deprivation center. We've taken a moment to compile some of the best ones below.

5 Frustrations Of Float Center Employees

All jobs and industries carry their own frustrations and annoyances. Working in a float center is no different. Everything from customers to cleaning can fall into this list. We've been able to gather a few of the most frustrating and annoying things about working in a float center.

Best Float Centers In Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia has only a small handful of float centers in the city, but the available options make up for the it. Top of the line equipment and premier customer service are a few items that can be expected when you're looking to float in Atlanta.

Can You Drown In A Sensory Deprivation Tank

Drowning in a float tank is nearly impossible. The water in a float tank is only about 12 inches deep and contains hundreds of pounds of Epsom salts that increase the density and buoyancy of the water, allowing you to float with ease. In fact, it's nearly impossible to not float in a sensory deprivation tank.

5 Float Tank Myths Debunked

Despite its recent popularly, sensory deprivation and float tanks are still surrounded by a shroud of mystery. Many of the same myths are perpetuated year after year -- these include floating with claustrophobia, boredom in the tank, as well as fears of falling asleep and drowning in the tank. Read on if any of these float tank myths or fears sound familiar to you.

Can I Float With Dreadlocks

While float tank water will not harm dreadlocks, you may find it difficult to fully rinse all of the salty water from your dreads in the limited amount of shower time allowed post float. We suggest fully wetting your hair with fresh water before and after entering the tank. The reason for this is that locs soaked with fresh water will absorb less salt water during a float. This makes it easier to rinse salt water from dreads after your float session.