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4 Reasons to Float to Reduce Stress at Work

Schedule a float at Art of Floating and experience the incredible benefits of float therapy to reduce stress at work.

By: The Float Mind  |  October 1, 2019

Sensory deprivation through floating has become one of the most popular wellness trends, and for good reason. Many are discovering its benefits to health and well-being, including stress relief. If you’re suffering from work-related stress, here’s how it might be able to help you.

1. Floating Helps Clear the Mind

Floating an Art of Floating helps to clear the mind – a clear mind is not only healthier but more productive, allowing you to remain focused on any goal, including finishing work-related tasks. Have you ever gone for a long run to clear your head? Floating provides a similar experience, albeit without raising your heart rate. When you remove yourself from everything going on in your world, focusing on your breathing and the wonderful sensations of floating, you can say goodbye to that work-related stress, thinking clearly once again so that you can see the bigger picture and even reduce the chances of future events maximizing your stress levels. 
 

Need to clear your head for that big work-related project due at the end of the month?  Try a float at Art of Floating and find inspiration and new creative ideas.

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2. Float to Release Endorphins (The Feel-Good Hormone)

Endorphins are those “feel-good” hormones that are released during exercise when having sex, eating chocolate, laughing, meditating and other activities, including floating. Those endorphins not only can boost your mood but if you’re experiencing any discomfort - it can minimize it to help you perform better at work – a great way to relieve stress on the job.


We all know that when we’re happy and feeling good, we produce better work.  Start the work week with a float, and feel good about your workweek.  Book your float here.

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3. Float to Reduce Cortisol Levels (The Stress Hormone)

As the body is in a totally relaxed state, floating at Art of Floating helps to reduce cortisol levels - a hormone that’s released during a stressful situation. When your cortisol levels are high, it can lead to weight gain, digestive problems, a weaker immune response and other negative effects on bodily functions. 


Work-related stress can be just one of the causes of elevated cortisol levels.  Spending eight or more hours at the office or stressing about work-related issues can lead to health-related problems in the near future.  Get a head start on living healthy with a float at Art of Floating.

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4. Floating is a Form of Heightened Meditation 

As floating in a comforting space allows the body and mind to relax, similar to the feeling you get just before falling asleep, it’s considered a form of meditation, something that’s well-known to reduce stress as many studies have found. 


Instead of focusing on outside stimulation, your mind can focus on rhythmic breathing that allows you to fall into a deep state of relaxation. This has the opposite effect of stress, helping to restore the body and mind to a calm state while preventing new damage from the negative effects of stress. It may even help bring long-term resilience to stress on the job or otherwise over time.  Floating at Art of Floating just once a month is the perfect beginning for starting your meditation practice to reduce stress at work.

 

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Check out a video from our Sponsored Float Center - Art of Floating.  Manager, Vanessa Worthing talks about her experiences at Art of Floating and what she loves about running her float center in Bloomsburg, Pa.

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