How to Improve your Health Practice Gardening: 5 Reasons

Most of us consider gardening as a hobby or a hobby, but there are many people who get immense pleasure and the satisfaction of plants and trees grows.

In this article, we are talking about that not only hobby you can change your health by doing gardening.

How to Improve your Health Practice Gardening

Improve your Life with More Life

It’s hard not to enjoy life when surrounded by flowers, vegetables and all the wildlife they attract. The surface of the earth has subtle energy that benefits health and all you have to do is touch it.

Walking barefoot on the ground transfers free electrons from the surface of the earth to your body which propagates in all your tissues. The connection with the earth has been shown to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, improve sleep and improve your well-being.

Professors from the University of Texas and Texas A&M surveyed 298 older adults to measure their level of “pleasure for life”, studied their levels of optimism, their strength and found that those who practiced gardening had much higher grades in all those areas that those who were not gardeners

Decreases Risk of Osteoporosis

It is probably not surprising that gardening causes weight loss and improves complexion due to the physical activity involved in maintaining a garden, but it is surprising that gardening can improve bone health. In a study of 3,310 women, researchers at the University of Arkansas found that women who practiced gardening had a lower risk of osteoporosis than those who jog, swim or aerobics. This is related to the fact that gardening is an activity that functions as weight training: pulling grass, digging, loading compost and soil, etc.

Improve your Physical Form

When exercising abroad, the exercise is more intense but is perceived better than the gym exercise. Korean researchers have confirmed that gardening work can be similar to high intensity-moderated exercise. Higher intensity activities such as compost spreading, gathering the leaves, extending garden soil such as mulch or mulching can Help you burn up to 400 calories in one hour. However, as with any other exercise, it is the moderate and regularly practiced activity that provides the greatest benefits. Go slowly at the beginning to gain resistance over time.

Improve your Physical Form

Improves Rest and Relieves Stress

The mental health benefits of gardening are also clear to medicine, in fact, there is something called horticultural therapy and it has been developed to help people with psychiatric disorders. Studies have found that people with dementia and anxiety get a sense of calm after gardening, which helps them rest better. Researchers from the Netherlands have found that gardening is one of the most powerful activities to relieve stress

Prevents Depression

Gardening can also help relieve depression. Many times depression is rooted in the feeling of being disconnected from nature, and therefore disconnected from itself.

Researchers have also found that making a hole in the ground can affect your mental health through microorganisms on the ground — confirming the link between your own health and the health of your soil. As presented by CNN Health.

Bottom Line

  • But like any new discipline worth its salt, it is important to keep in mind before starting,  several tips for our well-being.
  • Maintain proper spinal alignment while working. This will help eliminate shaking and allow the distribution of weight and the optimal range of motion. Avoid striving to reach any object by keeping objects and work surfaces at an attainable distance.
  • Whenever possible,  work at Waist height, with elbows flexed and arms comfortably at your sides
    When planting or weeding at ground level, be sure to bend your knees and squat or kneel, instead of bending forward with your legs straight. Alternatively, use a garden chair.
  • To work in the garden, it is important to protect the skin from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. They avoid working in the garden in the early morning or at sunset. Drink plenty of water, refresh yourself even above, wear light and light clothing, protective cream, and hat.
  • Hands take care of them wearing gloves. For example, for the management of plants with thorns or stinging, when you put your hands on the ground, when you throw fertilizers, etc. Remember that the tetanus bacteria live in the soil.

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Brian Pierce is a professional gardener who has vast experience in gardening and home decorating. Being cultivating his skills, he has been to many home and garden related seminars of typical fashion. So, now he has decided to share his years of knowledge, experience, opinions, tips, and above all his hobby on the internet. Find him on Twitter here. Happy Reading!

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