The most beautiful feeling in this world is love and the most beautiful sight in this world is of nature in any of its form. Personally I love greenery around me. I love to day dream looking outside my balcony.(I hope you can understand😉) The reason is that there is a view of a lot of trees in the balcony. Even I feel good at night whenever I look at the trees. I live in a society where there are buildings but greenery is also there. I love to walk in evening for freshening up. As you might be knowing there are a lot of benefits of enjoying greenery.

People who think of their local green spaces as more accessible and usable feel more satisfied with their neighbourhood irrespective of the amount of green space they have. People have better mental health when they have an emotional attachment to greenery. People also enjoy green spaces because these remind them of their childhood.

We can use nature as a natural mood booster. How? Find activities in a green space or go to a quiet park to eliminate all the tiredness after working from morning to evening.

Stressed and have tension? Head for trees.

Having problems regarding inflammation? In a study students who spent time in forests had lower levels of inflammation than those who spent time in city.

Having issues with concentration? Doses of nature might serve as a safe, inexpensive, widely accessible new tool for even managing ADHD symptoms.

Studies in Japan have shown that the areas with greater forest coverage have lower mortality rate. Spending time in nature may stimulate the production of anti cancer proteins.

Imagine a therapy which has no known side effects, is readily available, and could improve your cognitive functioning at zero cost.

Increasing time spent outdoors maybe a simple strategy by which to reduce the risk of developing myopia(near sightedness) and it’s progression children and adolescents.

Forest environment have beneficial effects on human immune system.

Anxiety, depression and other mental health issues maybe all eased by sometime in great outdoors especially when that’s combined with exercise.

There may be more benefits of enjoying nature.


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