Our deep-rooted connection with nature has been a subject of fascination and study for centuries.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Even small differences in the availability of urban green and blue spaces may be associated with better mental and physical health in older adults.
A brand new podcast called Wildness and Wellbeing has been launched, dedicated to improving mental health through nature.
We often grapple with various mental health challenges.
A deep dive into its active compounds reveals therapeutic properties that warrant scientific attention.
Angling, a timeless activity that unites enthusiasts with the tranquillity of nature.
Many individuals look to reside away from urban areas in search of greener spaces, fresher air, and a slower pace of life.
Chiva-Som in Hua Hin, Thailand, invites guests to experience the restorative and healing effects of the natural environment.
- Mind & Brain
According to a new study led by the University of Turku in Finland, internet searches indicate a growing prevalence of various biophobias across the world.
New report uncovers the astonishing success of Forestry England’s Active Forests Programme: over 4.66 million active visits, empowering women to lead the way.
A challenge to the ethical basis of “rewilding” or “reintroductions” of formerly “native” animals has been made by two animal ethicists.
- Leisure & Lifestyle
Forget Hygge, ‘Frilustliv’ Is the New Wellness Trend. Here Are 10 Ways to Bring It into Your Bedroom
Reconnecting you with nature and encouraging you to embrace the outdoors, friluftsliv is not just a trend but a way of life.
Many people in the US struggle with mental health issues each year.
Travelling during the cooler months brings the senses alive as journeys into nature help calm the mind and cleanse the soul.
According to a 2017 study green space has been shown to ameliorate depression and stress.