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Look Around Lubbock: Escape Your Body Float Center

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The Escape Your Body Float Center is a place that's supposed to help you unplug while you float on the surface of an epsom salt filled water tank.

The i-sopod model float tanks at Escape Your Body are the biggest pod-style tanks on the market. The 250 gallons of water inside the tank translates to only about a foot of water which has 1200 lbs of pharmaceutical grade Epsom salts dissolved into it. This allows the body to be completely and effortlessly supported as you float on the surface of the waterline. Epsom Salt is actually magnesium sulfate which is an extremely important mineral for the body. Magnesium is involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions in the body, helps regulate mood, fights depression, and absorbing magnesium through the skin is one of the best ways to assimilate it. 

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