The Best Hangover cure in the world

The Best Hangover cure in the world

We are not promoting overindulging here but celebrations are bound to happen.  When you are zorba become the zorba, when you are buddha become the buddha. If you’re a hangover headache, an hour into a sensory deprivation tank may help. You will experience many physical, mental, and emotional benefits. Plus, you’ll find it easier to resist  the indulgence temptation next time, especially if you schedule several float sessions throughout the year.

What is Floating ?

Floating is commonly referred to as Floatation Therapy or Sensory Deprivation. It involves lying in a pod with 10 inches of water containing a highly concentrated Epsom salt solution (600kg of magnesium sulphate) which creates the buoyancy for you to float effortlessly. The water is heated to your skin temperature so after a while the sensation of your body dissolves and you feel weightless.


When you have a hangover, the normal noises of everyday life feel overwhelming. Being inside a sensory deprivation tank gives you that much-needed silence. The float Therapy at 1000 Petals block any outside noise, from voices to traffic to ringing phones to all the chaos that is outside. The silence helps you focus on relaxing your muscles, regaining mental focus, and getting in touch with your emotions. It eliminates the numbing and groggy effects of a hangover so once the session ends, you can interact effectively with people and tasks again.

Stomach Soothing

Nausea is a big side effect of a hangover or an overindulgence in sweet or fatty foods. Anti-nausea medication helps, but if you have a sensitive stomach, adding float sessions helps even more. As you float, the muscles in your stomach and gastrointestinal tract will start to unclench. Without smells or tastes to disrupt healing, your stomach’s composition can slowly return to normal. We recommend abstaining from heavy food before your float session and using the toilet before floating.

Mental Relaxation

The hardest part of getting through a hangover is dealing with mental consequences. People guilt themselves for overindulging, feel depressed, or plan ahead to their next indulgence. Float sessions don’t let you do any of those. Some people report that for the first 15 minutes of a float session, their minds naturally go over what they need to be thinking about. In a short time, your mind will calm down. As you get used to sensory deprivation, you won’t want to think about anything. While this seems unnatural, it will help your brain chemistry re-balance itself by flowing master neurochemicals. It will feel so good, overindulgence will demene in comparison.

Calm Nerves

During a hangover, many people feel jumpy or nervous. They overreact to slammed doors and car horns, or ask people around them to stop screaming, even if the other people are talking in normal tone. With a severe hangover, itching and painful sensations can occur, especially in alcoholics. A float session can calms your nerves, telling them to stop sending so many signals and decreases the adrenaline release. With medical help, support groups, and therapy, floating can help alcoholics deal with some of the scarier, nerve-influencing parts of their addiction.

Come have a hangover free festive season…
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