Anxiety and depression: Why doctors are prescribing gardening rather than drugs
from The Conversation via Medical Xpress
Spending time in outdoors, taking time out of the everyday to surround yourself with greenery and living things can be one of life's great joys—and recent research also suggest it's good for your body and your brain. Scientists have found that spending two hours a week in nature is linked to better health and well-being. It's maybe not entirely surprising, then, that some patients are increasingly being prescribed time in nature and community gardening projects as part of "green prescriptions" by the NHS.
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