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Nature Can Improve Mental Health During the Pandemic, Study Finds

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 Joni Sweet is an experienced health and wellness writer who balances science with self-care. Social distancing and staying at home for months on end can take a toll on your mental health.

Eager to help people find relief, scientists may have stumbled upon an accessible, free way to potentially feel better: spending time in nature.

A team of researchers from Japan surveyed thousands of people in the world’s largest megacity, Tokyo, to learn how exposure to nature was impacting people’s wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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