Not only does natural exposure make you feel mentally better, it also contributes to your physical well-being, reducing blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and producing stress hormone.
The stress of an unpleasant environment can make you feel nervous, sad, or helpless. In turn, this raises blood pressure, heart rate, and muscle tension and suppresses your immune system. A pleasant environment reverse that.
And humans, regardless of age or culture, find nature pleasing. In one study cited in the Healing Gardens book, researchers found that more than two-thirds of people choose a natural environment to retreat when stressed.
Being in nature, or even observing the scenes of nature, reduces anger, fear, and stress, and enhances pleasure feelings. Research demonstrates that in environments we can increase or reduce our stress, which in turn impacts our bodies. What you see, hear, experience not only changes your mood at any moment, but also how your nervous, endocrine and immune systems function.
Intends To Accomplish
- Creativity boosts.
- Concentration increases.
- Mind wellness.
- Energized body.
- As more and more people keep watching their computer monitors throughout the day, eye health starts to deteriorate. Looking at the green horizons, it solves it.