Spending time on vegetables can reduce the risk of stroke
Barcelona: The innumerable benefits of spending time in lush areas have come to light on a scientific basis. Now, according to new research, grass is not only a great place to relax with your legs spread, but it can also reduce your risk of stress and stroke.
Statistical research has shown that an area rich in trees, plants and grass has a profound effect on humans and can reduce the risk of stroke by 16%. To investigate this hypothesis, vegetables at a distance of 300 meters from home or office have been identified as part of this place.
A survey of 3.5 million adults in the Spanish city of Catalonia was conducted between 2016 and 2017. Although it does not show the direct effect of vegetables on human health, it can be said that living near trees and plants is beneficial for health.
On the other hand, Carla Evlanida of the IMIM Hospital in Barcelona believes that environmental influences could play a significant role in reducing the risk of stroke. On the other hand, gardens and meadows can be very important places for sitting, playing, exercising and mental health. But they may also have some positive effects on the human heart.
We know that trees absorb pollutants and carbon dioxide which can cause mental and cardiovascular diseases and both of these have been scientifically proven. However, more research is needed on paralysis and vegetation.