A rural area is an open swath of land that has few homes or other buildings, and not very many people.
A rural areas population density is very low. Many people live in a city, or urban area. Their homes and businesses are located very close to one another.
Most live in the East, not the West or Midwest. Sixty percent of the rural population lives east of the Mississippi, and almost half lives in the South. The most rural states aren’t lonely and lightly populated Alaska or Wyoming but two New England states Vermont and Maine.
Looking at nature or photos of nature has many effects on the brain and body – it reduces depression, gives your brain a break, your body heals faster if you’re surrounded by nature. Looking at nature also improves your mood and makes it easier for you to relax. It also lowers your stress levels and you start to experience more happiness.
We found some interesting facts about nature and plants that you probably didn’t know:
- Plants make and improve air quality.
- A tree creating shade at an outdoor air conditioner unit can increase its efficiency by 10 percent.
- It is proven that looking at natural elements such as trees and flowers, during work relieves stress and less job pressure. They reported fewer headaches than those who hadn’t had any outside view during work.
- World architecture landscape capital is Australia.
Rural places are untouched sights of nature, and that is what makes them so special and beautiful. This places are best for peaceful walks and “being with yourself” time. Everyone should make time to visit some unique and amazing nature loving rural place. It helps you to charge your “batteries” and get easier through the rest of the day.
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