Benefits of Walking in the Nature

By on March 10, 2015


English Poet Ivor Gurney volunteered for active service to improve his mental illness condition during WWI. The exercise helped him for a while, but the brutality of the war and seeing his friends dying in front his eyes worsened his mental condition. So the poet decided to go back where he belongs, into the Gloucestershire countryside where he grew as a child. The longer he spent in the nature of his hometown the better he felt.

Walking in the nature has proven to be one of the most effective way to fight against mental depressions. Most sensitive people have found it very helpful to overcome their difficult times and memories. Spending time in the nature, walking in the woods is not an optional activity anymore, we need it to improve our mental state.

We lead a very busy life now a days. The problems from office, family, friends, bunch of emails, meeting, appointments are making your life harder and your mental condition worse. We need to take a break once in a while and evolve in the beauty of the nature. Walking in the nature can release us from your stress. Nature walking is very helpful for sensitive people especially. Here are reasons why-

  1. It gives someone the chance to be in somewhere quiet. The peaceful sight of river or woods can really help to break the stress level. It taxes our sensitive nerves can help to improve your mental state.walk
  2. The time we spend alone is the time we are rewarded with chance to focus on our own thoughts. Most sensitive people are introverts and they find it easy to keep their thoughts to themselves. Sometimes we become tired of spending too much time with others no matter we like them or not. Staying close to nature allows us to think and improve ourselves.
  3. It is said that natural elements like trees, plants, water and sunlight absorb negative energy. We feel more connected with them as they are part of our living world, and they hardly make any demands on us except to appreciate them. Your tension and stress will evaporate when walking in a quiet forest or country path.
  4. Walking has proven to be an effective way to relive stress. Brisk walking boosts endorphins which is also known as the feel good hormones that improve our mood and relives us from stress and mild depression.
  5. Research has shown that walking through green spaces can put the brain into a meditative state, which allows you to pay more attention to the world around you.



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