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Just 30 Minutes of This Can Decrease Inflammation and Stress

The sounds, sights and smells of nature have many therapeutic benefits. Find out how indulging in this perfectly natural activity for 30 to 60 minutes can improve both your pet's well-being and your own.

nature therapy


  • Nature therapy, aka forest bathing, is the practice of immersing oneself in the sights, sounds and smells of nature for improved health in body and mind
  • A feature of nature therapy is grounding or earthing — putting the body in direct contact with the earth's surface — which may also provide both physiological and behavioral benefits
  • Grounding can benefit the body; walking barefoot outside or sitting, working, or sleeping indoors on a grounding mat can improve sleep and may reduce pain. Studies also show that grounding reduces inflammation and improves circulation
  • The best way to ground yourself and your pet is to spend time outdoors with your bare feet and your pet's paws in direct contact with the earth; if you or your loved ones can't get outside regularly, grounding mats can be used indoors for both human and furry family members 

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