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On this episode of Trip to the Lou, the team get wet at Float STL. This week is a little different because our very own Greg Warren was out for the recording. Floating is an experience conceived to stimulate the mind, body, and soul while simulating the feeling of zero gravity suspended in water. The water has a high concentration on magnesium sulfate, more commonly known as Epsom salt. This particular Float trip comes highly endorsed by the Trip to the Lou team.
The tanks are not completely zero-gravity (as in outer space). But, they create a near zero-gravity state, which allows our bodies to rest and heal. This state will place your mind in a unique environment, which supports the creation of new neural networks and unique processes.
Restricted Environmental Stimulus
When we float, we are able to regulate the amount of environmental stimuli that are received through our senses. This allows a space for our mind, body, and soul to rest, relax, and rejuvenate.
Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate)
Magnesium is reported to provide better sleep, relax the nervous system, support the growth and maintenance of muscles, increase muscle flexibility, support the integrity and strength of bones, re-mineralize our teeth, alkalize the body, hydrate the body, provide relief to our digestive system, and support enzyme function. Sulfates are found in every cell within the human body and play a role in the production of collagen, detoxifying the body, supporting the digestive system, pancreas function and the secretion of digestive enzymes, as well as having antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties.
Link: Float STL
You can hear all that and more on this episode of Trip to the Lou!
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