Vitamin D, good bacteria and fresh air are just some of the many benefits of being outdoors. An increasing amount of research has shown how we are consistently spending more time indoors under artificial lighting staring at screens - mobile phones or otherwise, and thus - our children are adapting these habits way earlier in life.
It's this very behavior that we've become adapted to in our day and age, that is responsible for ailments such as feelings of disorientation, depression and other mental health issues. By knowing the benefits we can educate children to immerse themselves with the outdoors through activities like gardening and visiting nature parks.
View our infographic below to find out just how much the outdoors can benefit our physical and mental health - for you and your children:
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