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  • What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?
    The air that we breathe every day provides enough oxygen for both normal body metabolism and repair to tissue damage after injury or illness. However, increasing the pressure in a hyperbaric chamber and using 95% oxygen allows a significant increase in the amount of oxygen dissolved in the bloodstream. This increased flow of oxygen stimulates and restores function to damaged cells and organs including those in the liver and brain. It also significantly enhances the body’s ability to heal.
  • What happens during a Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy session?
    You lie, fully clothed in the chamber with an oxygen mask placed over your nose and mouth and the pressure is gradually increased. The speed of pressure increase is carefully monitored and controlled. During your session you can read, listen to music or simply fall asleep. You are monitored throughout the session to ensure you are comfortable.
  • What is in the Float Tank water?
    The floating solution is a mix of water and a high ratio of superior, medical grade Epsom salts – magnesium sulphate – which has been proven to help relieve stress and muscle cramps.
  • Will I be floating in someone else's water?
    This is, understandably, a common question. The answer is no – our bookings are always 90 minutes apart which includes a 1-hour float and 30-minutes for a fully-automated water / solution change. As a double-safety measure we use ultra-violet lighting which destroys any likelihood of lingering bacteria.
  • I suffer from claustrophobia. Should I worry about having a Float Tank session?
    The pod is probably larger than you may imagine. At over 8ft long and 5ft wide it’s big enough for you to totally stretch out without feeling restricted in any way. The overhead hydraulic door doesn’t lock and will open with the slightest touch. However, if you prefer, you can choose to leave it open as you’ll be in a private float room where you won’t be disturbed. Most people find when that once they get used to the calm peaceful environment they’re more than happy to close the door, switch off the light and immerse themselves in the full experience. If you’d like to see our pod before booking your float however, just call us and we’d be delighted to show it to you.
  • How many floats are required to make the Float Tank therapy effective?
    The key to a really enjoyable float is to completely relax and immerse yourself in the moment. As our brains are bombarded with so much external stimuli every minute of every day, it can sometimes be difficult to switch off straight away. However, floating is a meditative experience and like any other forms of meditation it takes practice. We therefore recommend at least three sessions as the more you do it the more relaxing and therapeutic it becomes.
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