Bringing the Outside In



We know that being in nature makes people feel good, but because it’s not always possible or practical to be in the great outdoors, video can bring nature to you.


There is a fascinating article on PositivePsychology.com that looks at the positive impact of nature on humans: "A large-scale experiment conducted on 120 subjects ascertained the ‘nature-connection’ in stress reduction and coping. Each participant observed visuals of either a natural landscape or an urban environment. The data obtained from this survey revealed that participants who looked at the picture of natural setting had low scores on stress scales and had better heartbeat and pulse counts.

Furthermore, investigators also found that the stress recovery rate was much higher in participants who got a natural exposure than the ones who saw urbanized ambiances. The flow of this study strongly indicated the role nature plays in improving our general mental health conditions including stress (Roger, Ulrich, Simons, Losito, Fiorito, Miles, Zelson)


Mindsettle's streaming service is a thoughtful response to the rise of anxiety in our society, it offers ready access to the calming and restorative benefits of nature, it helps because it’s

  • Customisable

  • Non-medical

  • Non-invasive

  • Mobile

  • Meditative

  • Visual – international (no language barrier)

Try it for yourself by using the FREE TRIAL and please let us know what you think.


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