Adult mental health also has a very positive effect on spending more time in nature as a child, a Spanish study has found.A large European voluntary study of about 3585, 18 and 65 years revealed that those those who spent more time in nature as a child enjoyed better mental health than those who spent less outdoors. The results of research related to the PHENOTYPE project have been reported in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.You will become a more balanced adult who spends a lot of time outdoors Over the past few years, more and more studies have focused on how our health, especially our psyche, affects us in the open air, in nature, but in the last century there have been studies of the positive effects of this. "There is something about the natural phenomena of repeating the dawn after night and the spring after that" - he wrote Rachel Carson In 1962, mng Albert Einstein he said, "The better we get to know nature, the better we will be able to understand the world."However, in spite of being aware of the positive effects of nature, we spend quite a bit of time outdoors. In addition, the less time a child has in nature, the less time he or she can afford," he said. for a safe and attractive natural environment, "said the director of urban design for the Barcelona Institute for Global Health, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen. "The legtцbb orszбgban the kцrnyezeti nevelйs or szabadtйri tevйkenysйgek not kйpezik rйszйt the curriculum. Szeretnйnk felhнvni all dцntйshozу figyelmйt out how important it is to йs children termйszetkцzeli jбtszуtereken zцldebb school yards tцlthessйk the idejьket." The termйszet pozitнv hatбsait megerхsнtette mбs kutatбsok eredmйnye also for example, a 2017 study found that even a short, three-minute family walk could strengthen the bond between parents and children. (Via)Also worth reading:
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