Against the Lockdown Stress, don't Be the axe in the forest

The colour Green calms troubled minds, which is why you can hear since the beginning of the Corona pandemic, the shattered self, the Psyche, resilient people, a

Against the Lockdown Stress, don't Be the axe in the forest

The colour Green calms troubled minds, which is why you can hear since the beginning of the Corona pandemic, the shattered self, the Psyche, resilient people, again and again, a piece of advice: Go into nature! Now is not receiving this currently, at least in the us, with a rich Green.

This reduces their power but not at all, because what matters next to the gear in the nature is the attitude with which you met her. This is, as you know, good posture helps also in other life. Researchers at the University of Georgia, Connecticut, as well as the Japanese Yamagata University have now evaluated surveys of Americans and Japanese, in which the study participants according to their nature image were interviewed, as well as the psychological stress due to Corona.

All participants will feel a little surprising and regardless of your place of residence, pandemic caused more Stress, but people who live in harmony with nature, come to better terms with the Situation than those who see in nature an enemy to defeat it and to rule applies. What's interesting is that Americans, who see themselves as masters of the natural world, the dealing with Corona evidently more severe than the Japanese, who share this Conviction.

The researchers explain the difference with the ability to tolerate contradictions and to accept that the Japanese seem to have to a greater extent than Americans, in which the fuse seems to be shorter, what you would have, of course, can also come without study. Perhaps the Serenity is based, among other things, on the beautiful practice of forest bathing, with the help of more than just a nice walk is meant to be, the man pulls out and his Smartphone to take photos, but willing to Engage with the natural world.

Shinrin Yoku is in the densely-populated Japan, where the people of constraints in the million cities and towns in tiny Apartments is a recognized form of therapy. In 1984, the American scientist Roger S. Ulrich published a study that examined how quickly patients recovered after a gall bladder operation in a hospital in Pennsylvania. The one looked at trees, the other on a brick wall. The optical proximity to the nature accelerated the healing process, the patient took less pain medication than the comparison group, and fought with fewer and fewer post-operative complications.

Updated Date: 06 March 2021, 06:20

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