Le triple lien

Living in cities, taking our car or public transport to get to work, we are still locked in.

We work in spaces that are often enclosed with artificial light with no view of green areas.

Moreover, in the whirlpool of life, we are often under pressure and always running after time.
This reality has led us over the years to disconnect from nature, to lose our primary reference points.

The benefits of walking

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Living in cities, taking our car or public transport to get to work, we are still locked in.

We work in spaces that are often enclosed with artificial light with no view of green areas.

Moreover, in the whirlpool of life, we are often under pressure and always running after time. This reality has led us over the years to disconnect from nature, to lose our primary reference points.

Yet nature should be the top priority in our daily lives.

One of the ways to regain meaning in one’s life is to practice regular walking in the forest.

This contact with nature allows us to feel a freedom that is often overused in our western societies.

Wandering, contemplating, strolling for oneself, develops a feeling of well-being and positive energy.

Walking in nature is recognized today as a true therapeutic practice.

According to various American and Japanese scientific studies, a decrease in aggressiveness, a decrease in the state of depression and an increase in alertness have been demonstrated in the participants of the group studied.

Immersion in the forest also stimulates our immune system thanks to the molecules (phytoncides) secreted into the air by the trees, lowering our blood pressure.

Another study based on our cognitive abilities allowed us to measure the impact of nature on our creativity in only four days in the forest.

The result was irrefutable: nature nurtures creativity and improves creative problem solving.

Our sedentary lifestyle and malnutrition are at the root of the increasing obesity of our populations.

In order to remedy this, in addition to a new food hygiene, we must practice physical activity. Walking is a simple and effective solution, it allows us to burn calories and promotes our general well-being.

So put on your walking shoes and join “Le Triple Lien”.

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