Community recently challenged to spend five minutes in nature everyday

September 26, 2019by ncdea

OHIO, Muskingum SWCD – The Muskingum Soil and Water Conservation District recently launched a county-wide campaign to encourage people to get outside.

On Saturday, the district began the #5minutenaturechallenge which tasks community members with a simple challenge — spend five minutes outside each day for 21 days.

“Even 5 minutes outside has been proven to provide benefits to our blood pressure, immune function and our mental health,” April Lovejoy said in a media release. “The goal for the challenge is to keep the effort minimal but steady for a prolonged period of time, allowing the activity to become a habit.”

Source: Community recently challenged to spend five minutes in nature everyday – Y-City News

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