When you’re stressed, go outside
By Intermountain Healthcare
Apr 17, 2020
Updated Oct 25, 2023
5 min read
It seems too easy, right? There’s no way that simply going outside can help you feel better. But many research studies say it will do just that. When was the last time you really spent time outdoors for the sake of being outdoors?
Look at some of the amazing benefits of de-stressing outdoors.
Stress affects both your body and your mind. Taking the time to go outdoors may help reduce some of that stress and help you feel better. Spending time outdoors has numerous benefits to your body and your mind. It can also improve your mood.
However, it’s essential to seek help from your doctor or a licensed clinical therapist if you can’t seem to de-stress or if your symptoms of stress get worse.