7 Ways to Fit Just 10 Minutes of Nature into Your Day as a Family
Let mother nature improve your wellbeing
10 October 2019
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We all know fresh air is good for us and even a short walk can lift our spirits – think dappled sunlight, fallen leaves and the rustling of trees – but according to the latest research, spending more time appreciating the natural world is a “green” prescription to good health.
In a report by the University of Essex for The Wildlife Trust, findings suggest that people experiencing problems such as anxiety, stress, and depression, reported feeling: “Significantly better, both emotionally and physically, after taking part in outdoor nature conversation projects.”
To bring the concept of “green prescribing” home, here’s how to get the kids involved in nature-based activities and shine the light on a greener world…