According to recent studies and research by leading experts, being in nature is indeed very vital to one’s mind, body and spirit. People who are exposed to natural scenes aren’t just happier or more comfortable; the very building blocks of their physiological well-being also respond positively.
I am a strong proponent of hiking in the mountains and relaxing by the Oceanside. If I am not around these natural elements, I can sense and feel something is missing and strong feelings of SADNESS. Indeed, we are all not the same. Some of us are definitely better off in and around the ocean and mountains. While some folks prefer to sit home and watch t.v all day. But even those who are not deeply connected to nature, can benefit from it. They just don’t know it.
This is not surprising to some of us. We don’t need a research team or further testing to prove the benefits of being in nature. From patients healing faster and various ethnic groups benefiting the most and warding off early deaths when they adapt some form of exposure to nature in their daily lives.
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