There is no WIFI in the Forest but I promise you will have a better connection
Now more than ever it is important to take time out to do our daily exercise and if possible get out into some green space, park or woodland.
Most of us sense that taking a walk in a forest is good for us. We take a break from the rush of our daily lives. We enjoy the beauty and peace of being in a natural setting.
Now, research is showing that visiting a forest has real, health benefits, both mental and physical. Even five minutes around trees or in green spaces may improve health.
The benefits of exposure to forests & trees:
· boosts the immune system
· lowers blood pressure
· reduces stress
· improves mood
· increases ability to focus, even in children with ADHD
· accelerates recovery from surgery or illness
· increases energy level
· improves sleep
So this is so important for our daily health routine, along with breathing exercise to support our immune system.
Boost our batteries and help clear our head of all the chatter and general brain fog that can happen through stress and not breathing properly.
Some extracts taken from an article written by The Department of Environmental Conservation, Lands & Forests, 625 Broadway Albany, NY