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  • there's something simple we can all do to think more sharply.

  • Have more mental energy, concentrate more effectively, be less stress, plus lose weight.

  • Get more vitamin D, possibly even live longer.

  • It's not by taking a magic pill, it's by taking the time to get outside.

  • But research indicates there's a difference between strolling around the city block and losing yourself among the trees.

  • Dr.

  • Sanjay Gupta explains how nature factors in to potentially living a longer life.

  • I guess it was Kermit the Frog.

  • That said, It's not easy being green, but I'm here to tell you that being green can help you live longer.

  • There's plenty of data to show that we living creatures need to be spending time outdoors, and we just don't get enough of it.

  • There was a study out of Harvard and Brigham and Women's Hospital.

  • They looked at 100,000 nurses over many, many years, and what they found was that women who lived in the greenest areas had a 12% reduced risk of early death as compared to women who did not.

  • They found lower rates of certain types of mental illness, lower rates of depression, lower rates of anxiety and just lowered their rates of some of these mental illnesses.

  • Look, if you're outside as opposed to inside, there is one absolute benefit that you're going to get, and that is that you're less likely to be sitting.

  • People have said that sitting is the new smoking.

  • Here's an easy way to avoid it.

  • Get outside.

there's something simple we can all do to think more sharply.

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How Being Outdoors Improves Your Health

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/06/29
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