Green spaces help to sleep with older men

Scientists from the University of Illinois and Medical school at new York University investigated the state of the microclimate in dwellings 255 thousand Americans. It turned out the availability of green space and good lighting rooms improves sleep quality in men. About it reports Science World Report.

Some volunteers complained of poor sleep. In most cases their homes were in areas without green spaces. Particularly strong natural factors affecting the sleep of men older than 65 years. The greens not only purifies the air and keeps dust, but also inspires people to do sports. This, in turn, affects physical activity and sleep quality.

In another study, scientists from the University of Chicago surveyed a group of volunteers and found: green spaces help a person feel younger than their age. The Park area near houses reduce the risk of mental disorders and diseases of the cardiovascular system.

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