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Seeing birds in your garden can reduce your stress levels

How can watching birds help to reduce your stress?

Seeing birds in your garden 'can cut the risk of suffering stress and depression'.

 

This is the latest research published by researchers at Exeter University.

 

How many of us find the time to watch birds in our garden or when we are out and about?

 

Research suggests that those people who see birds outside and hear their twittering are more likely to manage to reduce their stress levels than people who are stuck inside buildings without views of wildlife.

 

 

If you feel stressed and find the demands on your time prevent you from being able to watch wildlife and relax you can always enrol on a course of health and wellness coaching.

 

You will learn techniques to help you to become more centred on yourself and to make goals to ensure you develop new beliefs which will motivate and inspire you to make lifelong changes to your health and well-being.

 

Have a great March and get inspired to do something new!

The benefits of getting out at lunchtime

For those people who stay indoors at lunchtime and eat lunch at their desk, they are more likely to feel stressed and anxious compared to those people who get out and are able to visit gardens or parkland at lunchtimes. 

 

 

It’s a great reason to get outside as much as possible even when the weather is cold and wet.

 

Birds don’t mind the cold, wet weather as much as humans!

If you feel stressed and find the demands on your time prevent you from being able to watch wildlife and relax you can always enrol on a course of health and wellness coaching.

 

You will learn techniques to help you to become more centred on yourself and to make goals to ensure you develop new beliefs which will motivate and inspire you to make lifelong changes to your health and well-being.

 

Have a great March and get inspired to do something new!

 

 

This blog post was written by Charlotte Cheetham Lifeinsights coach

Charlotte's background is in nursing and occupational health. 

She has helped many people to develop more clarity, confidence  and freedom in their life using life coaching tools.

Charlotte trained to be a coach and NLP Master Practitioner so she could help as many people as possible, develop themselves and look forward to a brighter future.