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Why is Nature fundamental for our well-being?

A simple walk in a park is genuinely regenerating and helps us relax and live better.

Living in contact with nature helps our body and mind to release tensions, allows us to move and set aside, at least for a while, a sedentary lifestyle.

So let's see in more details some significant advantages...


According to several studies on the issue, going for a walk helps improve short-term memory.


One study found that being in nature lowers cortisol level that acts as markers for stress. So walking outdoors effectively reduces stress, improves mood, and lowers heart rate.


Do you ever get the feeling that your brain stops after 8 hours locked in front of a computer? This feeling is called "mental fatigue", and the only effective remedy is to immerse yourself in an open place with clean air. Studies have shown that even just the vision of natural spaces, through a window, can revive people's mental energy. Nature activates the areas of the brain responsible for pleasure and for this reason, people in green spaces are more energetic and happy.

Depression and anxiety

Anxiety, depression and other mental health problems can be countered if you spend a reasonable amount of time in nature. Simple walks in parks reduce states of anxiety and depression. Walking outdoors is used as a supplement to clinical treatments for major depressive disorder. This "green exercise" can improve not only the mood but also our self-esteem. The presence of water, such as streams or lakes, has an even more significant positive impact. Natural daylight stimulates serotonin, a hormone essential for our serenity and vitamin D synthesis.

Blood pressure

Let's go back to cortisol again: we know that walking in nature lowers cortisol levels in the blood, reducing stress, and with the reduction of cortisol and stress levels, we also find a benefit concerning blood pressure and heartbeat.


A study has shown that walking outdoors improves the ability to concentrate. For this research, three groups of people were considered: one group was sent to walk in the open air, another to walk in the city, and the last to relax. Afterwards, the group sent to walk in nature demonstrated the highest level of comprehension of a text than the other two groups.


Some studies show that after walking outdoors, even for just 10 minutes, people have a more remarkable ability to formulate creative thoughts.

Cancer prevention

British cancer support organisation has concluded that walking at least two kilometres at a moderate pace every day can decrease the risk of death for breast cancer by 40% and by 30% of prostate cancer.

Immune system

All of us need to receive a certain amount of sunlight every day. The light improves our mood, helps release serotonin, stimulates the synthesis of vitamin D, strengthening the absorption of calcium (essential for muscles and bones), fights inflammation and boosts the immune system.


According to the World Health Organization, 20 minutes a day of walking at a moderate pace is enough to awaken the body. Outdoor activities help the metabolism wake up and the endorphins to circulate freely in our brain, giving a wave of well-being.

This makes us realise how much we depend on Nature and how vital it is to respect and take care of it. That is why we at Flip Organics want to inspire our customers to choose sustainable, healthy and safe products by being the go-to source for the most trusted natural brands.

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