Post by liveitthebest on Sept 11, 2019 17:12:40 GMT -5
If the sight of the sea cheers you up and makes you feel good, it's not that surprising. There's a growing body of evidence to suggest a clear correlation between close proximity to the sea and better psychological health.
Analysis by the Economic and Social Research Institute in Ireland has indicated that coastal-dwellers aged 50 and over who enjoy sea views have lower rates of depression than the rest of the population. They found that exposure to “coastal blue space” is associated with beneficial mental health outcomes and those with the “highest share of sea view visibility” had lower depression scores. As a result of their findings, they suggest that urban planners should take such benefits into account.
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