Our modern culture has become a center of tension, which can be alleviated with a good trip so old. One of the best antidotes to the crazy pace lifestyle we live is likely to return to nature. Especially if you live in a city or traveling back and forth to the urban jungle of planned suburban community, the lack of the natural world has a negative impact on health. Studies show that time spent in a peaceful nature reserve or waterways can reduce stress, blood pressure and stress.Â Many diseases are now directly to this stress. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes, depression and anxiety are closely related to chronic source of cortisol flowing through the human body. Cortisol is a “fight or flight” hormone the body releases in response to danger. When there is imminent danger, this can be a great thing. A press corps will cortisol response times faster than a person, giving them more power and memory to improve. This, however, intended for short-term response, which must be balanced by the same amount of rest and relaxation. If the body does not balance, they begin to decompose and to show evidence of disease. All the bad health of high resistance are quite frightening, but the human immune system operating base will be difficult without a break, too. This will expose them to everything from common cold, flu, insomnia. This is not the way one wants to travel. Maybe it’s time to take an alternative route and fishing.
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