It is springtime once again in our area. It’s easier to go outside when the days get longer. The flowers start to bloom, the grass starts growing, and the leaves begin to settle in trees. The forces of nature decrease the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere as a result of this outdoor change. Photosynthesis can make a huge difference in carbon emissions. Also, spring makes us feel happier. A University of Michigan study found that spring is good for you if you are outside. A review of research found that people who exercised outdoors reported feeling more revitalized, engaged, and energized than those who did it indoors. The researchers also found that people who exercised outside felt less tension, anger, and depression.
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