Updated: Sep 16, 2020
Do you know that spending time in nature can help with anxiety, stress and even depression?
According to new research from Cornell University, 10-50 minutes in natural spaces improves mood, focus and physiological markers, such as blood pressure and heart rate.
Do you know that being active increases your wellbeing as well? Swimming helps with relaxation and mental health. It reduces stress and increases self-esteem. Even a small amount of swimming can have beneficial effects on your health.
Open water swimming combines the effects of physical activity with that of nature. And if you are lucky enough to visit these charming places, you can regenerate yourself.