Healthy outdoor space is the biggest contribution to good health. While developing our homes we most of the time think of the structures and interiors and forget that outdoor space contributes the most to good health.
Being outdoors is shown to lower stress, blood pressure, and heart rate while increasing mood and improving mental health.
Health professionals are increasingly prescribing outdoor living such as walking, running or digging up garden weeds, to improve people’s well-being.
Having more green in your home communicates well to your body. This brings life to your minds and freshens your souls.
Having a well-planned landscape design will save you a lot because it focuses on material quality, time, and cost. Spending more and yet getting poor design is unprofitable.