5 good reasons to reconnect with nature

5 good reasons to reconnect with nature

Today only 6% of the world population lives in close contact with nature: an estrangement that causes physical and psychological discomfort. Marcella Danonecopsychologist and author of the book Chlorophyllates (Urra Feltrinelli), explains that to counter this “vitamin N deficiency”: «Even urban parks and gardens can work, even contact with plants and pets. In fact, we have nature inside usit is inscribed in our genes, it is our origin ».


Here are 5 good reasons to reconnect with nature.

You detach yourself from the stress «Spending at least half an hour in a natural environment regulates heart rate, breathing, pressure, inducing a feeling of relaxation and well-being», reports Marcella Danon.

Unleash your potential «Entering nature with attention and respect activates an inner process of greater connection with oneself. Emotions find a spontaneous way out, the mind clears up, intuition awakens and decisions become simpler ».

Strengthen relationships “Going out with other people outdoors helps to get to know each other better because it involves experimenting in situations out of the ordinary, perhaps communicating in silence, with gestures and looks”, explains the expert.

Expand your vision of life «In nature, attention is no longer selective but widespread, open to stimuli coming from different directions. There is an involvement both of the cognitive dimension, attentive to what there is, and of the imaginative one, focused on what could be there. And the stress benefits from it », continues the psychologist.

You accept the change better “Nature teaches that, in life, change is the rule. Attending it brings you back to an organic and no longer mechanical pace and makes it easier to accept novelties and unexpected events », concludes the author of Clorofillati.

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