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No Time For Walks? Just Watching Nature Videos At Home Can Improve Mental Health, Claims Study
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No Time For Walks? Just Watching Nature Videos At Home Can Improve Mental Health, Claims Study



If you're unable to spare time for a calming stroll in the park, consider opting for a nature video as an alternative. A new study claims watching nature on a screen could help improve mental health too. A recent research study discovered that observing even a short video featuring natural landscapes notably enhanced the mental well-being of viewers, particularly when compared to the impact of viewing urban settings. The study concentrated on the phase of late adolescence, which has recently been linked to notable mental health challenges, such as depression and thoughts of self-harm, worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors of the study wrote, “Adolescence is a time of multiple transitions and a vulnerability period for mental health difficulties.” They continued, “There are many barriers to the treatment of mental health conditions … One approach is to use nature-based interventions (NBIs) to improve mental wellbeing.” According to the study, approximately half of all mental health disorders originate during adolescence, and around three-quarters start by the age of 24. The findings of the study revealed that the group exposed to the brief nature video experienced notably reduced stress levels in comparison to the urban group. Furthermore, the positive effects on stress reduction were sustained over time and appeared to enhance with each subsequent session. A recent research study discovered that observing even a short video featuring natural landscapes notably enhanced the mental well-being of viewers, particularly when compared to the impact of viewing urban settings. The study concentrated on the enges, such as depression and thoughts of self-harm, worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors of the study wrote, “Adolescence is a time of multiple transitions and a vulnerability period for mental health difficulties.” They continued, “There are many barriers to the treatment of mental health conditions … One approach is to use nature-based interventions (NBIs) to improve mental wellbeing.” According to the study, approximately half of all mental health disorders originate during adolescence, and around three-quarters start by the age of 24.

Questions:
1. What are the potential benefits of watching nature videos for mental health?
2. How does viewing natural landscapes compare to viewing urban settings in terms of its impact on mental well-being?
3. What age group did the study focus on and why?
4. How do mental health challenges in adolescence relate to the COVID-19 pandemic?
5. How do nature-based interventions (NBIs) contribute to improving mental well-being?

 


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