Spending time in a green space engages all your senses. The light plays off gentle green leaves, while calendula flowers add a splash of orange here and there, petals trembling in the morning air.  The wind suddenly brings the smell of leaves, flowers, earth. You feel a tickle on your leg, and you brush away a long stem or a beetle with your hand. You don’t have to search for anything – it’s already there. Your brain is continuously engaged in a peaceful, balanced way that just doesn’t happen when you are indoors.

Living Near Green Neighborhoods Reduces The Risk Of Dementia

Living near green neighborhoods reduces the risk of dementia.

Posted by Hashem Al-Ghaili on Wednesday, July 25, 2018

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