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Connect with nature, nothing is more pure

Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” –Frank Lloyd Wright

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Why we feel so empowered when we are close to nature? What happens to us when the soft breeze or the warm sun touch us? Our affinity toward nature is genetic and deep-rooted in evolution.

It seems so obvious that we often forget it: being out in nature is really good for us! From the freedom at the beach to the relaxing cool air of a forest walk, getting out into nature is an important component of a healthy lifestyle.

The sights, sounds, and smells of nature produce an automatic relaxing effect on both body and mind. Take any opportunity to step away from a digital screen, get outside and let nature work her magic.

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Nature provides. A day out in the sunshine can suffice us with vitamin D, a nutrient we don’t get from food as much we need it.

Nature improves. Looking at the green grass, the trees, the flowers, and all the other aspects of the environment improve focus and eyesight.

Nature cleanses. The environment is a natural purifier. Spending some hours outdoors helps in releasing the toxins from our body and leave us all fresh and rejuvenated.

Nature builds. Any exercise (walking, jogging, cycling, diving, surfing, swimming) in the outdoors helps in burning fat and improves the metabolism rate in the body.

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Nature heals. A strong human-nature relationship means emotional balance, more focus, solution-oriented thinking, and an overall resilient approach to life.

For there is no bond more primitive and ingrained in us than our love for nature and nature’s care for us.

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