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-
Welcome to the Nature Blog. Nature is big topic which i can write a lot so much though lets connect with it and lets enjoy what it has to offer! Walking down a path in nature not only provides your