How spending time outdoors can help with depression.
Health & Fitness
Aiding the body’s thermoregulation systems throughout the night is key to ensure a smooth night of rest—wearing socks in bed does just that.
The research, by the University of Exeter, found that the effect was most pronounced in people from low-earning households.
While people can go far beyond their base metabolic rate for short periods, the study found that it becomes unsustainable to do so in the long term.
The ‘Women in Adventure Mental Wellbeing Survey’ looks at the effect of outdoor sports on the mental wellbeing of women and has thrown up some intriguing results.
It’s a question every female adventurer has to ask at one point or another.
Many of us, seeking better mind-body heath, overlook the benefits found in simply spending time outdoors.
Trying to take care of your entire health can seem impossible sometimes, but these little things can make a big difference.
We chat with Luke Tyburski, an everyman who decided to face his debilitating battle with clinical depression through the lens of adventure and ultra-endurance sports.
An everyman who decided to face his debilitating battle with clinical depression through the lens of adventure and ultra-endurance sports.