When people promote time in nature as the key to wellbeing, they usually focus on green spaces. But a new article in the Guardian explains why and how “blue space” (the ocean, rivers, lakes, canals, waterfalls, even urban fountains) positively impacts our mind and body—from boosting Vitamin D to having a stronger psychologically restorative effect than other natural environments. Support for the idea of “blue” prescriptions—to take a couple hours a week around water—is just beginning to rise.


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  1. I especially find peace at the oceans edge. I feel all my worries and cares are behind me when I look out over the forever changing water. I became relaxed and at ease quickly

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