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Water Makes You Happier and Healthier

Published by in 05. Lifestyle · 2/7/2018 12:17:00
Tags: water;nerve;calm;relax;brain;honey

So what exactly is happening to our brains when we surround ourselves with water? Well, the calming effect is down to a vacation for our brains from over-stimulation. Looking at water and listening to its sound puts our overloaded minds into a relaxed and hypnotic-like state with the benefit of this being a different way that our brain processes thoughts, leading to more calm and creative states and an increase our well-being.

Being near water is good for your brain says a study carried out by researchers working with the European Centre for Environment and Human Health. The study was actually an update of an older test, which measured people's stress levels while they were exposed to "green spaces" — landscapes full of plant life, basically. But in this new experiment, the researchers added "blue spaces" — water — to the equation. The result was clear: whether it was an ocean, a river, or even just a fountain, people felt better when they were looking at water. And the more water they saw, the better they felt.

Not only does being near water increase your sense of well-being, but being submerged in a natural source of water such as the sea or a lake invigorates your body greatly. The differing temperatures add benefits from both sides – the natural, cold chill can provide a soothing treatment for your nerves and refresh the body both mentally and physically while warmer waters during the summer can help relax muscles and tensions.

So, if you’re looking to clear your head then search for some blue space – whether you’re lucky enough to visit the ocean, sea or just sitting near your local fountain, water has a powerful influence on the brain and can help change your mental clarity, capacity, happiness, and well-being.

Honey is a natural relaxer for your nerves. Honey produces simple sugars like fructose and glucose that are absorbed quickly in the blood. Its importance lies in the fact that glucose is essential for neurons. That is why you should eat it if you have nervous fits or physical or psychological fatigue.




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