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I am a Mechanical Engineer born in 1953, Ph. D, Stanford, 1980. I have actually been active in the mechanical CAE field for years. I also have a lifelong interest in outdoor activities and fitness. I have had both hips replaced and a heart valve replacement due to a hereditary condition. This blog narrates my adventures in remaining active regardless of these bumps in the road.
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January 26, 2021January 25, 2021.
It might seem apparent that spending time in nature would have mental advantages, however there are physical health benefits too, as gone over in this video. The mental and physical positive impacts are why forest bathing, which is essentially hanging around in a forest protect, is becoming so popular in Japan and other parts of Asia.
Getting out in nature is a terrific remedy for the “hustle and bustle” of contemporary life. I aim to do get a dose of this at least as soon as a day.
Getting out in nature is a great antidote for the “hustle and bustle” of contemporary life. Simply a stroll in a regional park will do, or a jaunt in a wilder or more “unmanicured” natural setting is even better. I make every effort to do get a dosage of this at least when a day.