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I’ve got to be at the office for a team brainstorm session at 10, then be at a 1 o’clock meeting with Zadcorp, followed by another 3:15 meeting across town, as well as a major magazine deadline at 5pm today! Ah when will this week from hell ever end!? After a stressful week at work one of the easiest ways for me to relax and let my mind and body breathe is to get into the great outdoors. The sunshine helps my body produce Vitamin D, the fresh air allows for deep stress relieving breaths, and a gentle breeze sends a chilling yet stimulating sensation through my hair and across my skin – it just A I R T H E R A P Y feels good. What a therapeutic start to a stress free weekend. The correlation between nature and health and wellness has been studied forever. It’s not just about getting outside and going for a run, and being physically active, it’s about getting outside and reaping the benefits that nature has to offer, literally stopping to smell the roses. The benefits of nature are endless and it seems natural for us to want to enjoy the outdoors, but science has identified some reasons why we actually NEED to spend more time in a natural setting. In fact, there is a real term for this; it is called Ecotherapy. Ecotherapy is defined as the exposure to nature and the various physical and psychological benefits that JUNE • 17 wellth.xyz 71 By Melanie Dobosh


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