Why You Should Be Forest Bathing (And We Don't Mean Shampoo)

Americans spend 93 percent of their time indoors, and scientists believe it’s time to follow the lead of the Japanese and get outside. In Japan, forests are purposely managed to help people enjoy nature and relax. Called “shinrin-yoku” (translation: “immersing in the forest atmosphere”) doing so can decrease your heart rate and blood pressure in just 15 minutes, CNN Health reports. Hence, a forest “bathing” club has been formed in San Francisco, where...

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