Spend time in nature but consider the limits first
Spending recreational time in natural spaces may be beneficial to your health, but only after two or more hours a week, according to a new study
If your mother told you to go play outside as a child because it’s good for you, she may have been onto something: spending time outdoors in a natural setting may be better for you than you thought when you were a child.
A new study published in the journal Scientific Reports suggests that spending two hours a week in nature may boost your health and psychological wellbeing. The catch? Spending said time in nature is only beneficial if it’s done for two or more hours a week.