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Using The Outdoors To Stay Positive

We live in 21st century – an era of busyness and an amalgamation of digital technology. We are so much focused into our little errands that we fail to give tail to ourselves. This results in depression, pessimism and negativity.

The following article will help you stay positive in your journey of life by utilizing outdoors.

Greenery Is Good For Your Eyes

Nowadays, most people spend their most of the time indoors. A study has found out that people who spend more time indoors have increased chances of developing eye diseases. This is common, considering the fact that an average person is either occupied by a TV screen, smartphone or a laptop.

Why not give your eyes a break and head outdoor to see greenery? The change of scenery is good for your eyes. You’ll feel fresher and more energetic.

Try focusing your eyes onto distant objects of nature. This helps relax the eye.

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If you are a young adult, try compare your 20’s with the 20’s of your parents. If you look at old photographs and video memories, you’ll come to know that the older generation was more active and less depressive. Do you know why?

Because, they ate healthy and they spent a lot of time in physical activities.

Camping is a great physical activity. All the hustle and bustle of city life depletes you of your energy. Why not make a trip to the country side with your friends and family and have one of the best times of your life? This may think that this time in your life is there you go without your smart phone or TV, but rest assured that with the use of a portable generator, you can stay connected even when you’re outdoors.

Forest bathing is a phenomenon in which a person walks through the forest. A study of 2010 reveals that walking through the forest reduces stress levels of a person. The act decreases the stress hormone “cortisol” inside blood and reduces anxiety.

The recorded results showed lesser fatigue and improved moods of individuals.

Improving Level of Attention

Researchers from University of Illinois took 17 children, suffering from ADHD to a walk in the park. ADHD is ‘attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.’

After a 20-minute walk in the park, children were better able to focus on their surroundings.

Another study was tried upon adults and the conclusion was drawn that short term memory had been improved by 20 percent.

Apply Walking, Running, and Jogging in Your Daily Life

Automobiles and commuters are commonly available inside the whole world, but you should use them when you are in need of them. Undue easiness produces lethargy inside the human nature.

Free electrons are present in our atmosphere. When you walk on the grass barefoot, particularly on mornings and evenings, you feel healthy and replenished.

Better functioning immune system:

When the participants of a study walked in the nature, it was found out that due to inhaling of “phytoncides” inside the air, the blood cells showed an increase of natural killer cells.

The effect didn’t disappear after a day or two. The better functioning immune system was still present, even after 30 days of the walk.

One thing is for certain – natural lives inside us. So, do yourself a favor and head out in the open to improve yourself.

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