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Spending just 20 min in a park makes 60% of the people happier, study finds

For the study, the researchers surveyed 94 adults who visited one of three city parks in Birmingham in the summer and fall. What you did in the park and how long you stayed was not said, but you were given a tracker to measure your fitness through physical activity. Each person also answered questions on life satisfaction and mood, which were used to calculate subjective well-being – with a maximum score of 55 before and after visiting the parks.

The average visit to the parks lasted 32 minutes, and 30% of people practiced during their stay. Well – increases by an average of 2.5 points per hour or about 1.6 minutes per day.

Study Name:Factors associated with changes in subjective well-being immediately after urban park visit

For the study, the researchers surveyed 94 adults who visited one of three city parks in Birmingham in the summer and fall. What you did in the park and how long you stayed was not said, but you were given a tracker to measure your fitness through physical activity. Each person also answered questions on life satisfaction and mood, which were used to calculate subjective well-being – with a maximum score of 55 before and after visiting the parks.

The average visit to the parks lasted 32 minutes, and 30% of people practiced during their stay. Well – increases by an average of 2.5 points per hour or about 1.6 minutes per day.

Spending just 20 min in a park makes 60% of the people happier, study finds

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