Weekly nature visits may boost physical, mental health

People who make weekly visits to natural spaces, and feel connected to them, report better physical and mental wellbeing, according to a study.
Researchers, including those from the University of Plymouth in the UK, also found that people who make nature visits are more likely to behave in ways which promote environmental health, such as recycling and conservation activities.

The study, published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, suggests that reconnecting with nature could be key to achieving synergistic improvements to human and planetary health.

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