Mental Health Awareness Week 15 - 21 May

On the theme of ‘anxiety’, this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is from 15 to 21 May. Anxiety is a normal emotion in us all, but sometimes it can get out of control and become a mental health problem.

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Mental Health Awareness Week begins on the Monday 15th May this year, it is an important time to focus on our mental wellbeing and explore ways to improve it. This year’s focus on anxiety is particularly relevant, given the challenges many of us have faced over the past years. Anxiety can be a debilitating condition that affects our ability to function in our daily lives, but there are ways to manage it.

One such way is through a Floatworks session, an experience of floatation sensory deprivation. Floatation therapy involves floating in a tank filled with warm, highly concentrated salt water, which allows you to float effortlessly, without any external stimuli. This sensory deprivation allows your mind and body to relax deeply, which can help to alleviate anxiety and reduce stress levels.

Studies have shown that floatation therapy can help to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as improve sleep and boost overall wellbeing. The deep relaxation experienced during a float can also help to lower blood pressure, reduce muscle tension and alleviate physical pain.

In addition to the physical benefits, floating can also provide a mental space for introspection and self-reflection. By disconnecting from external distractions, you can focus on your thoughts and emotions, and gain a deeper understanding of yourself.

10% Sales Profits Go to Mental Health Foundation

Floatworks, a leading floatation therapy center in London, is offering a 10% discount on all floats during Mental Health Awareness Week, as well as donating 10% of all profits to the Mental Health Foundation. This is an excellent opportunity to try floatation therapy and experience the benefits for yourself, while also supporting a worthy cause.

If you’re struggling with anxiety or stress, floating sensory deprivation could be a valuable tool to add to your mental health toolkit. Alongside other forms of self-care, such as exercise, mindfulness and therapy, floating can help to alleviate symptoms and promote overall wellbeing. Take advantage of Floatworks’ offer this Mental Health Awareness Week and give it a try.

The best time to try floating is now

Floatation therapy has helped countless people and improved mental and physical well-being. The best time to try is now with our shareable 10% Off from 15 - 21 May. Find out more about how Floating works HERE>


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