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What’s Inside A Sensory Deprivation Tank?

Glenn and his wife Lee have been designing the beds for years. Older models look kind of like a space pod. The tanks are filled with warm water and designed to completely dark inside… Continue reading

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SENSORY DEPRIVATION CHAMBERS: FALLING IN LOVE WITH FLOATING

Professional MMA fighter Colin Wright has been hitting hard in the cage for 10 years now, but when he’s not battling for the belt, his gentler side comes out. That’s after his coach introduced him to something “different” 2 years ago… Continue reading

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Float away: New Knoxville business lets clients unplug in a sensory deprivation tank

“You’re completely in charge of the experience,” said Brandon Fink, who opened Laniakea Flotation Tanks across from West Town Mall. “A light inside glows blue – it’s not completely dark. You can leave the door to the tank completely open, or use a hand towel as a wedge to keep the door open. It’s up to you.” Continue reading

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Float therapy being tested as treatment for PTSD

A relaxing spa trend called float therapy is now being tested as a treatment for anxiety disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)… Continue reading

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Air Force Studying Ohio State Football Players to Aid Special Forces

“It makes you more cognizant of the things you can do,” said Burger, a 22-year-old senior from Cincinnati. “You can definitely tell a difference and seeing a difference makes you a believer…” Continue reading

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What the sensory deprivation tank from ‘Stranger Things’ feels like

by: Kayla O’Brien Contact Reporter September 19, 2016 What the sensory deprivation tank from #StrangerThings … Continue reading

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Health alert: Floating for physical and mental health

See how floatation therapy helped an athlete recover from a concussion and a war veteran tame chronic PTSD! Continue reading

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Olympic Champions Like Aly Raisman Are Hooked on “Float Therapy”

“Consistent floating helps improve sleep, eliminate fatigue and revitalizes the body and mind. On a physical level, floating helps decrease the production of cortisol, ACTH, lactic acid and adrenaline, increase production of endorphins, and speed up muscle and joint rehabilitation and recovery. Mentally, you go into a …” Continue reading

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Real ESP Experiments Inspired ‘Stranger Things’

In the 1950s, psychologists began to experiment with the effect of the environment on ESP. The major two methodological variants of “REST” — restricted environmental stimulation — were either a confinement to a room with some sort of stimulation (like a ganzfeld experiment) or reduced stimulation via immersion in a tank of water. This is the sensory deprivation tank — a place of darkness, silence, saturated water, and a ton of Epsom salt… Continue reading

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WHAT WOULD IT TAKE TO MAKE A SENSORY DEPRIVATION TANK FROM ‘STRANGER THINGS’?

Quickly becoming the breakout TV show of the summer, Netflix’s original series Stranger Things mixes science fiction with actual science. As science fiction goes, some events in the show have no logical explanation. But others do, like making… Continue reading

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