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Captain’s Log2022-04-07T22:36:33+00:00


Being Outdoors Promotes Mental Health

According to the American Psychological Association, there are many mental health benefits from being outdoors in nature. “There is mounting evidence, from dozens and dozens of researchers, that nature has benefits for both physical and psychological human well­being,” says Lisa Nisbet, PhD, a psychologist at Trent University in Ontario, Canada. Cognitive Benefits Spending time in nature helps to de-stress our busy brains.  Research have shown that interacting with nature has cognitive benefits.  Experiments have found that being exposed to natural environments improves working memory, cognitive flexibility and attentional control.  One hypothesis proposes that spending time in nature triggers a physiological

Benefits From Boating

According to the "Sports Medicine Weekly podcast With Dr. Brian Cole," there are many mental health benefits that come from boating. A relaxing setting Boating is a relaxing activity that allows you to escape the everyday stress.  Research shows that people living by the shoreline of the ocean, river, or lake are actually up to 22% less likely to experience the effects of both anxiety and depression in their lives when compared to those who live inland, according to one report by the Exeter Medical School in the UK.  The mere sight and sound of water can promote wellness by

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