Training in nature improves mental health

Training in nature improves mental health

Although the word “biophilia” It sounds like the name of a disease or phobia, in reality it alludes to a very positive idea. It refers to the innate connection of the human being with nature and its manifestations of life such as plants and animals, and the beneficial impact that being immersed in a living and natural environment has on our health, emotions and mind.

This love or hobby for life and nature, rooted in our instinct for survival and evolution as a species, explains our need to be in contact with other living beings and ecosystems in order to feel in peace and harmony, according to specialists.

It also explains the welfare and the serenity that comes from having indoor plants or a garden in our house or walking through a park and breathing in the fresh, open air, they add.

This human connection with “everything natural and living” is applied in architecture and landscaping, to design environments and constructions that incorporate natural forms and elements.and for therapeutic purposes, for example, through “forest bathing” Japanese, consisting of exploring a forest environment and immersing yourself in its atmosphere with the five senses.

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