Health/Bird Watching May Help You Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Bird Watching May Help You Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Nature offers one of the most reliable boosts to your mental and physical well-being. A reef crowdwd with ocean life, a bee busy over a flower, a forest standing silent guard over a river; these everyday sights of nature bring us joy, satisfaction, spirits, wonder, and comfort. Although measuring just how much nature’s benefits are worth to a community or the world isn’t simple, and sometimes the tremendous importance and economic value of these benefits are appreciated only once they are lost. Nature has been offering its utmost gifts to humanity since a long time now, and that we should make the most of them.A new study found that even the surrounding can play an important role in keep you mentally fit along with physical health. A neighborhood surrounded by trees and shrubs, may lower your chances of suffering from anxiety or stress, a new study revealed.
Research suggests that lower levels of depression, anxiety and stress were associated with the number of birds people could see in the afternoon. It discovered the benefits for mental health of being who were able to see birds, shrubs and trees around the home, 
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According to the study, visual observation of nature is useful in lowering the stress and anxiety for human beings. Research said, "This study starts to unpick the role that some key elements of nature play for our mental well-being. Birds around the home and nature generally, show nice promise in preventative health care, creating cities healthier, happier places to live."
Research conducted by Cox found that wtching birds makes people feel relaxed and connected to nature  which played a vital role in lowering down stress and anxiety levels in a very person.
Therefore, not just physical health benefits but nature in every form benefits our over-all health. Fresh oxygen, challenging traks, wonderful sceneries, melodious nature sounds, etc., all contribute to your health if observed keenly. With winters on their way back, we recommend you to spend most of the day outside, in the laps of Mother Nature.


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