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Walking in nature shown to decrease stress

“We demonstrated that amygdala activation decreased during a stress task after nature exposure, whereas it remained stable after urban exposure,” the researchers concluded in the new study. “This strongly argues in favor of the salutogenic effects of nature as opposed to urban exposure causing additional stress.”

The new findings interestingly follow on from prior research showing brain health could be linked with a person’s proximity to green areas. So city dwellers living closer to green, urban forests were found to have physiologically healthier amygdala structures compared to those living in cities without close access to green spaces.