Green Space Helps Reduce Depression and Anxiety
The study's authors said better air quality and greater opportunities for relaxation, socializing and exercising may be responsible for this phenomenon. Other diseases positively influenced by living nearer to nature included cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal disorders, respiratory disease, neurological disease, digestive disease and other miscellaneous complaints.
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