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Written by our partners at VITA Health

As we move through the shorter winter days, many of us will find that it’s becoming harder to get outside. However, getting fresh air, at least once a day, is essential to our wellbeing and mental outlook.

Spending time outdoors in nature has been found to help with multiple mental health problems, including anxiety and depression. Often this is due to combining regular physical activity and social contact with being outside in nature.

Our partners at VITA Health look at Seasonal Affective Disorder and how it can affect us. Click on the file to the below to read more.

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