Walking is good for you — this we know. But does it matter where you walk? One recent study shows it might. People who walked through nature for 90 minutes showed reduced activity in parts of the brain linked to mental illness compared to people who walked through a city. Other studies have shown that walking in nature — or even just viewing pictures of nature — can improve a person’s ability to concentrate and problem solve. In Tennessee, we’re surrounded by nature, which means we can take advantage of its restorative properties every day. Here are 5 places where you can do that without ever leaving the city: Chattanooga’s Riverwalk The Chattanooga Riverwalk stretches 13 miles along the Tennessee […]
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