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Oceans, Seas, Rivers, And Lakes Make People Calmer And Healthier, Psychologists And Mental Health Specialists Agree

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Do you ever stop to check out the view of the ocean or lake, take in the picture, feel the breeze and starting to feel your whole body relax and release all the built-up tension? Are you calmer than usual when you hear the crashing of the waves and smell the saltiness of the ocean? This is not just because you are on vacation, but there is a more complex meaning to this feeling, according to psychologists, researchers, and mental health specialists.

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The Magic Of Mangroves

Have you ever gone on a family trip to the beach and noticed a group of small trees sticking out the water? Their roots should be underwater, but the rest of their body is above it. If yes, you’ve found a mangrove forest!

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Mangroves are groups of tropical trees or shrubs that are found by the coast. Unlike most plants, they can grow in hot, muddy, and salty conditions. It is the only tree species that can thrive in saltwater. Mangroves can do this through a series of adaptations. For example, they have roots that absorb water and keep the salt out.

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5 Tips On How To Swim Safely In The Sea

Bodies of water surround us, and one of our favorites is the sea. It is where we go during the summer where we flaunt our colorful swimwear. The sensation of the sand on our feet is like the touch of nature which invigorates our tired body. Who wouldn’t love the sound of the wind and the waves? The smell of the breeze is like no other, and it is the only place where it is okay to go under the heat of the sun. However, swimming in any body of water can be dangerous especially when done without caution.

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What Lurks Underneath Silent Freshwaters

 

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We have watched movies about the great freshwaters and what lurks underneath. One of them was Anaconda which showed lakes to be home to gigantic snakes with the size of a bus. There was also Lake Placid which showed giant crocodiles inhabiting remote waters, but do we need really need to fear the silent freshwaters? Do we need to be afraid of what lurks underneath? Read More

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A 3-Step Guide To Saving The World’s Water Resource

Imagine the world as the size of your grade school classroom, and in that classroom is a tiny pebble. This tiny pebble is larger than the total available fresh water in the world, which is about 0.4%. This is the only portion of the water that is not underground or barred by glaciers. This tiny pebble is what all of us are surviving and thriving on.

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