Cultivate the land helps to feel good
Recent studies have shown that the garden-ortotherapy halve the use of analgesics in patients subject to stress or depression. Recent medical therapies are being developed every day on the doctrine that provides for the cultivation of the land as a natural remedy for anxiety and depression. For this reason, more and more hospitals and nursing homes create spaces and moments for the care of the garden as a natural tonic. The patients derive satisfaction and self-esteem by the growth of flowers and plants, and stand in treatments, medications and therapies so much better. But it's not all. Research has shown that even children in schools can benefit from this special treatment." Children who grow up in the middle of nature get less sick and the immune system benefits of contact with a green life. In addition, observe the growth of a plant helps younger students to better understand the seasons and to accept changes."
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