Reportedly as we bid adieu to 2019, let’s take some time to go back to all the resolutions we planned last year but could not follow through. Be it promising ourselves that we will try reducing a few inches across the equator or saying we will read a fresh book every month, there are resolutions which honestly, are never met. However, something we can do is aim towards a better mental health. Mental health is a central part of our lives and having resolutions that facilitate it could only be a step forward towards better living.
A study published in Dtsch Arztebl Int. found that the risk for serious mental illness is generally higher in cities compared to rural areas. Spending some time with nature can heal one faster than expected. One can take his/her pet for a walk or just take a stroll in the park these can result in lasting psychological benefits.