Contact with nature during Covid19 imprisonment is beneficial for mental health

Study research has shown that people who have maintained or increased contact with natural public spaces such as parks and coastal areas experience less stress, psychological distress and during their first imprisonment had psychosomatic symptoms. A new study found that exposure to natural spaces during the first Covid19 blockade in 2020 was beneficial for the mental health of Spanish and Portuguese citizens, according to Environment International magazine. the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (ICTAUAB) and the Institute of Public Health of the University of Porto (ISPUP).

Contact with natural public spaces such as parks and coastal areas or those that could view these spaces from home resulted in lower levels of stress, psychological discomfort and psychosomatic symptoms; In Spain, those who maintained or increased contact with private natural spaces, such as indoor plants or communal green spaces, showed less stress and psychosomatic symptoms, which could be due to Spain during the period analyzed.

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