Some reasons how and why living with nature reduce stress.Simple. Read and learn something about nature. Nature helps us feel good and do good.
1. 5 reasons why living with nature is good for you
By: Vida Lacano 04:40 PM December 29, 2015
Living in the city is stressful. Everyday, city dwellers wake up to a barrage of inescapable stressors that put more strain or pressure to their lives, such as the increasing heat and humidity, air and noise pollution, and the worsening condition of our transport system (read: broken trains and traffic jams). Now, one may always think of traveling or pampering one’s self as a go-to respite to escape the numerous stressors that surround urban living, but there’s actual a cheaper, better way to break free from all these tension–and you have nature to thank for it.
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2. Living with nature: five wildlife-friendly construction innovations
Making developments more accommodating to nature will be crucial if the UK government is to meet its 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution. These wildlife-friendly construction measures could help
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3. What Happens When We Reconnect with Nature
Research is discovering all the different ways that nature benefits our well-being, health, and relationships.
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4. What it Really Means to Live in Harmony with Nature.
Some years ago, I was watching an interview with a spiritual leader’s son.
He was describing how his parents lived in harmony with nature—they lived in a log cabin with no electrical power, walked around barefoot, and grew their own food.
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5. What does ‘living in accordance with nature’ actually mean? By Michel Daw
The Stoic aim, to live in accordance with nature, sounds good, but is often perplexing. What exactly did the Stoics mean by it? Michel Daw, who blogs at Living the Stoic Life, tackles this question.
What does ‘live according to Nature’ actually mean?
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6. How Does Nature Impact Our Wellbeing?
Research reveals that environments can increase or reduce our stress, which in turn impacts our bodies. What you are seeing, hearing, experiencing at any moment is changing not only your mood, but how your nervous, endocrine, and immune systems are working.
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