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Spending Time in the Forest or the Field: Investigations on Stress Perception and Psychological Well-Being—A Randomized Cross-Over Trial in Highly Sensitive Persons

Oomen-Welke, Katja ; Schlachter, Evelyn ; Hilbich, Tina ; Naumann, Johannes ; Müller, Alexander ; Hinterberger, Thilo ; Huber, Roman


Research suggests that stays in a forest promote relaxation and reduce stress compared to spending time in a city. The aim of this study was to compare stays in a forest with another natural environment, a cultivated field. Healthy, highly sensitive persons (HSP, SV12 score > 18) aged between 18 and 70 years spent one hour in the forest and in the field at intervals of one week. The primary ...


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