Nature: It’s good for the mind and good for the body

Preston's Meadow

Preston's Meadow

“The walk in the woods, as opposed to one down a busy thoroughfare, tends not to bombard you with stimuli that require an effort to tune out — sirens, car horns, billboards. By allowing our minds a respite from the typical sensory overload of an urban environment, time spent in nature “tends to be restorative,” Berman says. “It allows for reflection and mind wandering, while at the same time offering interesting things to look at.”

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3 thoughts on “Nature: It’s good for the mind and good for the body

  1. Was looking at Galen Rowell’s Retrospective photographs last week, and even leafing through that book drives off the sensory overload. Choosing what’s admitted to sensory perception is the key–so easy in certain places.

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