Spending Time In Nature Helps Increase Physical, Mental Health: UK Report
Friday, 14 June 2019 A new study says spending two hours a week in nature helps boost one's overall health and well-being, according to CNN. Even if one is just enjoying the sunset or listening to the birds, the new study examined just how long one needs to spend time in their environment in order to produce a positive effect. The findings are based on interviews with 20,000 people in the United Kingdom about their activity, with a quarter of those who spent little to no time in nature reporting poor health and almost half responding how they felt unsatisfied with their lives. While just one-seventh of those who spent at least two hours in nature said their health was poor and one-third said they were...
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