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Toluna

  33 months ago

Does nature improve your mental health?
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A number of studies consistently show that there is a strong connection between green space (such as parks and plants) and mental health. In general, it's believed that frequent experiences in nature can boost mental health by improving the immune system, encouraging physical activity and social interaction, limiting air pollution and noise, and calming the mind.

For those who live in big cities, getting back to nature can be costly and a logistical hassle. However there is a growing trend in big cities for buildings to incorporate greenery in their design and exteriors.

Do you feel happier when you have more exposure to nature? Do you think it's important for city planners to build more parks and green spaces?
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debbylamm

  33 months ago
yes, nature view always make me feel relax and happy
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koorawatha49

  33 months ago
Green spaces are very important for mental and physical health where people can relax and enjoy seeing the sky, trees and hear birds - so good for calming and quiet time - there need to be more green spaces.
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clayton.pascoe

  33 months ago
Yes. Absoluely.
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G3769108h

  33 months ago
Yes
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doca58

  33 months ago
Yes
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scott2198anderson

  33 months ago
Yes
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doca58

  33 months ago
Yes,it does
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IncognitoMama

  33 months ago
We need nature no matter where we live. Too much of anything is never healthy. By ensuring that green spaces are added into city planning with a balance between concrete buildings and offices and nature societies will have better balanced minds.
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maddis1

  33 months ago
Yes it helps greatly,it's been there awhile too !
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mcwin680

  33 months ago
I love going of the grid and getting back to the bush.. I feel that it is good for my health.
there should more consideration when widening suburbs and roads so 100 year old trees do not get chopped down mercilessly. Stop building houses so close together..
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