If you live in a city and spend a significant amount of time on your devices, this show is for you. New research has found that a cell phone is addictive, literally. The best antidote? Nature! The temperatures are warming, a big spring cleaning is around the corner, and with it, we allow the energy of the natural environment to re-enter our lives. What does that really mean and how important is it? Just how much do the world of technology and the world outside really affect us? Today we’ll find out with new research done by Dr. David Strayer, a Professor of Cognition and Neural Science, who will speak with us about what happens to your brain on nature, just how much does our environment become us?
Listen to This Podcast Episode on the Scientific Evidence Suggesting More Time in Nature Can Be Used as the Antidote to Cell Phone Addiction
“Your Brain on Nature: How Our Environment Becomes Us”
Helge Hellberg in an organic conversation with Dr. David Strayer, Professor of Cognition and Neural Science at the University of Utah, Park City, UT
Originally posted 2017-12-25 16:07:17.