Should YOU be trying ‘flotation therapy’ after a long haul flight? Model Jessica Hart says she unwinds in magnesium salt-filled tanks for an hour at a time to fight stress and jet lag.

Should YOU be trying ‘flotation therapy’ after a long haul flight? Model Jessica Hart says she unwinds in magnesium salt-filled tanks for an hour at a time to fight stress and jet lag.

Blog » Should YOU be trying ‘flotation therapy’ after a long haul flight? Model Jessica Hart says she unwinds in magnesium salt-filled tanks for an hour at a time to fight stress and jet lag.
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– Flotation therapy involves sitting or standing in a sensory deprivation tank
– It’s been credited with alleviating stress, improving sleep and muscle recovery
– Jessica, 30, is a huge devotee and tries to go to up to two sessions a week
– Model said the tanks put her in a meditative state and help her feel ‘rejuvenated’

By Anneta Konstantinides and Chloe-lee Longhetti For Daily Mail Australia
PUBLISHED: 17:29 EST, 1 March 2017 | UPDATED: 17:46 EST, 1 March 2017

Have you ever been so stressed you just wanted to float away?

Well that’s exactly what Australian model Jessica Hart does when the pressures of her modelling career, constant travel and running a beauty line get in the way.

The former Victoria’s Secret star recently revealed that she is a fan of flotation therapy, finding peace for an hour a session in a sensory deprivation tank.

Also known as isolation tanks, these soundproof pods are filled with magnesium salt and heated to skin temperature to help the individual inside float.

Jessica Hart Cryotherapy
Australian model Jessica Hart (pictured) unwinds from stress and helps tired muscles
with flotation therapy, finding peace for an hour a session in a sensory deprivation tank

Jessica Hart athletic wear
Jessica, who was recently in Sydney to help launch Triump’s new
Triaction Sports Bra, said she feels ‘super chilled and rejuvenated’
after taking a dip in these magnesium salt-filled pods

Flotation therapy has been credited with alleviating stress and anxiety, improving sleep, and even helping your muscles recover after hard training.

Although Jessica is now a flotation therapy devotee now, the model was once too scared to go inside the tanks because of her claustrophobia, she told Body+Soul.

‘I was like, “I can’t think of anything worse”, because you go into a small space that’s pitch black and silent,’ she said.

But when Jessica found places that offered pods with enough space to allow you to stand up, she realised they were ‘not so scary’.

Now the 30-year-old beauty has found that the therapy puts her in a meditative state and helps her manage stress and pain after an intense workout.

‘Afterwards you feel super chilled and…continue reading

via: DailyMail.com

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