Regular nature walks rescue from depression, according to scientists from Stanford University. The study involved 38 people. Half were asked to arrange a 1.5-hour walk in the fresh air, while others walked around the city, writes The Daily Mail.
Next, the volunteers underwent a psychological questionnaire and the study of the brain on the MRI machine. People, walking in nature, was also more pronounced change in mood towards positive thoughts. However, some improvement was observed in the second group. Any walk after work is good for health.
Psychologists suggest that you often get out into the fresh air. Walks help to cope with the nervous stress, to protect themselves from serious mental illness. Hiking strengthen the muscles that cause the heart to work. The main thing is that this holiday was a regular.