Exposure to Nature has been linked to a number of benefits, including increased alertness, reduced stress, improved mood, reduced risk of psychiatric disorders, and even increases in empathy and cooperation.
As part of ‘natural’ medicine, we often hear about Vibrational Medicine. The term stands for a category of ‘natural therapies’ that work according to a particular concept, the principle of vibration.
Neuroscience is increasingly showing how the spirit is able to heal our bodies. The soul can change the biological structure of the body and help it overcome illness.
Nature, unlike the city, is full of stimuli that are interesting in themselves and do not require much mental effort. This allows our brain circuits deputed to attentional functions to “rest” and refresh a little.
According to Attention Restoration Theory stimulating the use of involuntary attention by being in contact with the natural environment is an effective way to regenerate directed attention and ensure good cognitive functioning.
Nature promotes mental and physical well-being by activating responses at the emotional, cognitive and physiological levels, up to and including reduction of heart rate, blood pressure and muscle tension, enabling recovery from stressful situations.
According to a recent study, children suffering from inattention and hyperactivity who spend a lot of time in Nature have less severe symptoms than those who spend more time indoors.