If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to de-stress, try spending more time in nature surrounded by trees. It can be very therapeutic.
Trees Improve Your Health
It’s about time to add trees to your gratitude list.
Not only do they release oxygen, but they also have the power to improve your health.
Studies show that spending time in forests can improve our immune system and heart health.
An apple (and a tree) a day keeps the doctor away.
Trees Make Us More Generous and Trusting
Think this sounds too good to be true? Well, just listen to this experiment.
One group of university students were instructed to look at a building for one minute.
While the other group of students were asked to look at a group of eucalyptus trees for one minute.
The group who studied the trees felt awe and a sense of wonder.
I think we can all agree, that was a minute well spent.
No Act Is Too Small
Being around trees isn’t an all or nothing activity.
So, camping or hiking may not be for you – and that’s okay!
Visit the park over lunch. Look out the window throughout the day. Plant a tree in your yard.