• Sunrise on Nature

    "The buffering effect of nature could have particular relevance for the workplace where it may be beneficial to utilize nature during the lunch break, prior to a stressful afternoon, to help enhance recovery of autonomic function." LINK

    Viewing Nature Scenes Positively Affects Stress
  • Sea Turtle

    “Approximately 120 studies were reviewed, the universal conclusion from which is that exposure to nature through viewing and experiencing it provides substantial emotional and psychological benefits. The preference for nature scenes is nearly twice that for urban scenes, while the restorative benefits of nature are at least three times as much as viewing urban scenes.” LINK

    Nature Heals!
  • Cliffs and Ocean

    “Findings from a systematic observation of waiting behavior showed that an evidence-based positive distraction can impact reduce restlessness, which could be an indicator of patient anxiety and stress; decrease people watching, which has privacy implications; and increase socialization, which could impact social support. Reduction in noise levels can be achieved through both a reduction in ambient noise levels and as a behavioral outcome of reduced anxiety. This study suggests that including a simple visual art intervention, that is carefully selected based on best available evidence, can not only impact patient (and visitor) behavior, but also the overall healthcare experience.” LINK

     

    Impact of Visual Art on Emergency Waiting Rooms
  • Sandy Beach

    “Viewing nature is positive for health, particularly in terms of recovering from stress, improving concentration and productivity, and improving the psychological state, especially of people in confined circumstances such as prisons, hospitals, and high-rise apartments/high-density living.” LINK

    The Nature of Nurture
  • Forest

    Immediate positive impact with minimal disruption. LINK

    Mindsettle Overview of Services
  • Forest Trees

    "They observed fewer angry outbursts and fewer concerning behaviors. Staff also offered extra time in the exercise room, with the nature imagery, to prisoners who were agitated, which headed off violent infractions before they occurred." LINK

    Nature Imagery Calms Prisoners

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