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Nature Therapy & Forest Bathing

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#Forest Bathing #Nature Therapy #Self Care #Sustainable Hobbies


Nefertari Bilal

Nature therapy and forest bathing refers to the practice of spending time outdoors in nature for the improvement of health. Benefits include relaxation, reducing stress levels, enhanced gratitude for non-human life, and appreciation of the seasons/time. Since ancient times, the benefits of nature for human health were recognized by both leaders and physicians, inspiring Cyprus the Great to establish a garden for public health. Research has found that spending 120 minutes in nature weekly can significantly improve one’s health and well-being.

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  • While participating in nature therapy and/or forest bathing, it is important to be mindful of and protect the nature around you, such as by practicing "Leave No Trace" principles.

    True You knew this! Yes. The "campsite rule" -leave it better than you found it. False If you didn't know this- now you do!