Results for - Float therapy
1,775 voters participated in this survey
1. Float therapy, also known as REST therapy, is a form of therapy in which the client floats in a dimly lit or dark tank of highly salinated water meant to mimic a zero G environment. Have you heard about float therapy before this survey?
2. The most commonly cited benefits of float therapy are numerous and include deep physical and mental relaxation, a sense of well-being due to massive release of endorphins in the brain and pain control. A single 60-minute float session is said to be equal to four hours of restorative sleep. Does float therapy sound like something that would benefit you?
3. If float therapy were available and affordable in your area, is it something you would try at least once?
4. If float therapy proves to be beneficial enough to a patient with chronic pain resulting from chronic illness that they are no longer dependent on pain medications, is it something you'd like to see covered by publicly provided insurance?
10/25/2015 Health & Fitness 1775 38 By: Asdisir