Discover the Slow TV series created by Kew Gardens in England, ‘Slow down with Kew’.
BBC Travel tries Forest Bathing, known as Shinrin Yoku in Japan.
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Forest Medicine expert, Dr Qing Li's research has proven that spending time around trees (even filling your home with house plants and vaporising essential tree oils) can reduce blood pressure, lower stress, boost energy, boost immune system and even help you to lose weight.
Along with his years of ground-breaking research, anecdotes on the life-changing power of trees, Dr Li provides the practical ways for you to try forest bathing for yourself in his book Shinrin-Yoku: The Art and Science of Forest Bathing.
David Strayer is a professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah.
In his informative, researched-based talk, David shares his findings that spending time in nature - without digital devices - allows the brain to rest and restore.