People who garden and grow flowers are not prone to depression

People who garden and grow flowers are not prone to depression
All people who grow flowers, gardens and vegetables are not prone to depression – according to the rule of life and experience. These people are mentally healthy and often live to a very old age. These people are vital and mentally stable, that is, they do not have problems with depression.
It is important to achieve both psychological and mental good health naturally
Most florists and gardeners know that every garden is their happy place and physical contact with the earth and nature reduces stress and raises a positive mood.

Scientists confirm these claims by adding that practicing gardening reduces depression and the victory of bacteria Mycobacterialicum vaccae (which people touch or inhale while being in nature). This bacterium has an effect on neurons like the strongest drugs against depression – say scientists. It boosts serotonin production, boosts brain functions, has a positive effect on Crohn’s disease and even rheumatoid arthritis.
Modern scientists are discovering that many practices and plants can be medicinal (including gardening) even though ancient healers knew (and used the same plants and practices) but did not know the scientific explanation.
Serotonin deficiency is associated with depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and bipolar disorder. Antidepressant microbes in the body work to make the physical chores of gardening reduce stress and boost mood. These jobs cause an increase in cytokines (resulting in the production of higher levels of serotonin). The bacterium Mycobacterialum vaccae was tested on rats. The result was an increased cognitive ability of the animals, lower stress and better concentration when performing various tasks (than the rest of the control group). Gardeners have contact with the earth and these healing microbes, plus physical activity, being in the fresh air and sunshine also means an excellent combination against depression and anxiety.



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