Regular use of natural areas for physical activity can reduce your risk of mental health problems by 50%.
Contact with nature is essential for childhood development.
As exposure to nature rises, children's stress levels decrease and their self-worth increases.
20 minutes outside can reduce the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Exercise in nature has a more positive effect on blood pressure and mood than exercise in a gym.
A two hour walk in the woods is enough to improve sleep quality and ease sleep problems.
Listening to nature sounds like bird songs and rushing water can lower stress levels.
People are more caring and positive when they are around nature.
Older adults who are physically active are 40% less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease.
Time in nature can lower your risk of diabetes and heart attack by 50%.
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