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7 Benefits of Having Contact with Nature

Being close to her helps us maintain physical, mental and spiritual health. All human beings have a neurobiological connection with nature. Being in contact with her provides us with physical and mental well-being.

Nature is incredible and has many wonders to offer us. Being in contact with her helps us to recharge and relax, so it is the best remedy every time we need to collect our thoughts and regain serenity.

A walk in the city or resting at home does not achieve the same results as going for a walk, enjoying a nap in the grass, going to the beach to sunbathe, feeling the mist on your face, etc. The longer, the more natural and isolated the environment, the better the results. 

Being in a natural environment, away from noise, consumerism ... has a great health effect.

Here are some of the benefits of being in contact with nature:

  1. Stimulate your creativity. The amount of energy that nature offers us stimulates our neurons and this favors our cognitive development and learning. Moving freely and observing awakens your curiosity and interest in knowing and knowing a little more about it. 
  2. Reduce stress. Taking an activity outside helps you disconnect and reduces mental fatigue. Also, it gives you a unique feeling of freedom.
  3. Strengthens the immune system. Much research has shown that spending time in nature protects us against various diseases. Spending time in contact with nature relaxes us and acts as an energy injection that helps protect us from cardiovascular, respiratory, mental and muscular diseases.
  4. Increase your knowledge and interest. Being in contact with nature will allow you to know it and appreciate its beauty. Make you aware of how the world works and how we should take care of it.
  5. Increase your concentration. Outdoor activities help us to distract ourselves and relax. It is proven that in a relaxed mind there is no place for stress. Thanks to this, we can better concentrate on our daily tasks. 
  6. It helps us listen to ourselves. The colors and sounds of nature stimulate abstraction and facilitate meditation. Therefore, it helps us connect with ourselves and reflect.
  7. Increases self-esteem and self-control. Participating in physical activity of at least five minutes in a natural environment, including urban parks, improves mood and self-esteem. Also, direct contact with nature contributes to increasing performance and enhancing control of discipline and own impulses.

Nature's benefits for human health are vast. Our relationships with the environment have to be respectful to maintain the vital functions that it gives us to all living beings on the planet.

We must give back to nature all that it gives us. Let us become aware of how important it is that we take care of it in order to allow ourselves to let that primitive self out and enjoy the benefits of it.

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