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Visiting green spaces deters mental health drug use, researchers find
by Damien Gayle
The Guardian Translate This Article
18 January 2023
On 18 January 2023 The Guardian reported:
Visits to parks, community gardens and other urban green spaces may lower city dwellers' use of drugs for anxiety, insomnia, depression, high blood pressure, and asthma, research has found. Researchers in Finland found that visiting such areas three to four times a week cuts people's chances of turning to drugs for mental health problems or high blood pressure by a third, and for asthma by about a quarter.
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Moreover, the positive effects of visiting green spaces were stronger among those reporting the lowest annual household income, the researchers found.
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