Being outside can improve memory, fight depression, and lower blood pressure — here are 12 science-backed reasons to spend more time outdoors

March 4, 2019

  • Spending time in forests, hiking in mountains, and just being outside can lead to significant health benefits.

  • Studies have shown that walking in the woods can improve blood pressure, boost mental health, and decrease cancer risk.

  • So go spend some time "forest-bathing" to improve your health.


Many people spend workdays indoors under fluorescent lights and in front of computers, then return home to bask in the glow of television screens.


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