Nature bathing, nature therapy, time outside, outdoor fix... whatever you call it, spending time outside is good for you. There's a reason why people love to go camping, hiking and boating. Even though outdoor adventures can be exhausting, it's a good thing because it's healthy for many people. Being outside has been found to be helpful in preventing or treating everything from depression to obesity to anxiety and immune health. It can even improve eye health, and it's a way to connect with your entire world, fostering connection and appreciation.
Notice that I'm not about to say that it's beneficial for everyone, nor will I say it will cure anything. Everyone's health is different, and everyone has different needs, allergies, and other conditions that can make it difficult to enjoy time outdoors. It's never a good idea to say one thing is good for ALL people since that's usually not the case, but being outside is good for a lot of people.
Do you find yourself feeling better after spending time outdoors? What do you think of these studies?