Your Sleep Can Improve With More Nature In your Surroundings

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Can a few more trees help you sleep better? A new study suggests it could! In “Psychology Behind the Headlines” segment, host Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, and guest MHTN Chief Medical Officer Dr. Dan Bober discuss about research showing a connection between living on greener streets and improved sleep quality.

The Green Sleep Connection

This study found that individuals living on streets with more trees were more likely to get a good night’s rest than those living in less green spaces.

Noise and Light Pollution

Dr. Bober highlights that reduced noise and light pollution on greener streets could play a key role in improving sleep quality.

Nature’s Mental Benefits

Even if not the direct cause of better sleep, there’s evidence that spending time in nature reduces stress and can improve overall well-being.

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