Being outdoors doesn’t just make us feel better, it makes us more productive. Spending time amongst nature makes us
more creative and seems to recharge us mentally as well. Readying us to take on the next stint at the desk. Try taking your lunchbreak in the park or incorporate some ‘green time’ into your morning walk or run.
Not only that, it has been shown that hospital patients whose windows face a natural environment – including trees and grass – recover at a faster rate than those who face city-scapes. And five minutes of exercise surrounded by nature boosts immune system function, subjective well-being and decreases the risk of mental health problems.
Do you need any more excuses to get outdoors