Here's some science to back up the many benefits of floating!
Floating encourages creative thinking and different thought processes that happen in the right hemisphere of your brain!
Consistent with both tasks the floatation group showed a significantly greater enhancement of right hemispheric processing after floatation than was found when retesting the controls.
Floating lowers your cortisol levels, lowers your blood pressure, and is generally more effective than other stress-reducing exercises.
The results showed that REST has positive effects on physiology (e.g., lower levels of cortisol, lower blood pressure), well-being, and performance... The enhanced effects of REST on well-being found in the long-term studies suggest that the effects of REST become stronger through repeated exposure. It may indicate that participants learned to profit more from their sessions, and that its effects were better integrated.