Ever experience one of those days where you can’t find your car keys? How embarrassed have you felt when someone greets you and you can’t remember their name? Memory lapses happen to everybody at one time or another. Forgetting things seems to be a part of the human experience. The good news is you don’t have to live with a bad memory. Floating offers a great solution for memory enhancement. How can floating make you remember things better? The simple answer is that nothing awakens your entire mind faster than floating in your own isolation tank. The entire float tank experience is designed to let you shut out the outside world and delve into your subconscious. Once inside the tank, you feel a gradual change. Your brain waves shift to lower frequency Alpha, Theta and Delta waves. All of the noise stops inside your head and, for the first time in a long time, you feel true mental clarity. Floating gives the left side and right side of your brain a chance to work in harmony. During your floating session, you experience improved circulation in your body. This means your brain gets the blood and oxygen flow it needs to function at a higher level. In essence, floating builds a better memory because it helps your brain to operate more efficiently. You learn to drown out the noise and retain what is important. This can be helpful as you age, as an active mind is more resistant to developing age-related brain diseases. If you’re worried about forgetting important things like your spouse’s anniversary or what happened to the remote control, floating can help solve those memory issues for good.