Bird watching can be a stress relieving activity and studies show that doing so can have a positive impact on people living in urban areas.
There is plenty of research showing that being around plants, trees and nature can improve your mood and help release pent-up stress and anxiety. Some studies even show it boosts creativity. Now, a new study out of Harvard and Brigham and Women’s Hospital shows it may do even more than that. The eight-year study...
We all know that flowers make us happy, but now science has found that flowers are also beneficial for our health.
Forest bathing - the concept of reconnecting to our roots in nature - may be the key to alleviating the stress of modern living.
Never underestimate the importance of connecting to nature and enjoying the beauty of the world we live in and challenging the limits of your body and mind.
Forest bathing, also known as shinrin-yoku, has been steadily gaining recognition in Japan as an effective relaxation and stress management technique.
This image perfectly depicts the unity we should share with our surroundings.
Tree-huggers unite. New research proves the need to preserve our forests and urban green spaces.