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It's no secret that gardening has numerous benefits for our health. Not only does it provide physical activity, but it also allows for social interaction and exposure to nature and sunlight. The fruits and vegetables produced can have a positive impact on our diet, while working in the garden can restore dexterity and strength. Plus, the aerobic exercise involved can easily burn as many calories as a gym workout, making it a great way to stay active.

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The concept of green care, which involves holistic therapies aimed at treating the whole person, has been extensively researched through surveys and randomized trials. These studies have revealed that exposure to plants and gardening can have a positive impact on mood and mental health. Even simply observing nature or natural scenes can be beneficial. Studies have shown that viewing plants can alter EEG's, reduce stress, fear, anger, and sadness, and lower blood pressure, pulse rate, muscle tension.

Did you know that indoor gardening can actually help with mental health? It's not just how pretty the plants look - they can also clean the air by removing toxins and dust, and produce negative ions that can affect your mood. And get this there's some pretty promising evidence that these charged ions can really make a difference!

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We now know there are other ways to treat and mental conditions besides just taking drugs. Alternative or complementary therapies can be super effective and even encourage lifestyle changes.  Let's check out these options together and make informed choices for our health!

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Gardening is not just good for your body, it's good for mind too! It gets your brain going and reduces the risk of losing your marbles. Some studies even say that gardening can cut your chances of getting dementia in half! Plus, it can make you feel happy by releasing the "feel-good" hormone serotonin. And if you're feeling stressed, gardening can help you chill out by practicing mindfulness.

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The evidence is clear: engaging in a self-care routine  which includes enjoying naturecan reduce anxiety and depression, minimize frustration and anger, and increase happiness and energy levels. By prioritizing your well-being, you can take of your life and achieve greater success and fulfillment. So don't wait - start practicing self-care today!

Taking care of yourself is super important. There are seven different ways to do it: mental, emotional, physical, environmental, spiritual, recreational, and social. To make sure you're taking care of all aspects of your well-being, try to do a something from each of these areas. Don't just focus on one or two, mix it up!

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This Is Going To Be Fun

We are excited to have a members private chat area that is going to let us talk about whatever we want. What's said in the group stays in the group! Video chats through Zoom is going to feel like we are sitting around the table sharing We want to keep it a safe place where everyone feels specil. No mean or negative comments to others or any type of ridicule. Empathy is key. Bring your wine or grab a cup of coffee let's chat!



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