Nature is outside. Nature regenerates swiftly. Nature is calming. Nature is in fields, mountains, and forests. Nature reduces stress.
Fresh air is camping's biggest perk. City dwellers breathe polluted air. Suburban air isn't as clean as wilderness air, even with the Clean Air Act.
Camping resets sleep clocks. Campers sleep longer without artificial lighting, computers, or smartphones. Refreshes, relaxes.
Camping boosts "happy hormone" serotonin. Being outside, exercising, eating well, and connected with nature make you feel great.
Camping necessitates cooking over a fire, which is healthy. Many delicious dishes include open-fire cooking.
Camping requires skills including erecting a tent, making a fire, tying knots, and cooking over a fire. Camping educates them. There's nothing like collecting firewood.
Camping is a great opportunity for families to spend time together and bond. Camping provides endless possibilities for conversation, laughter, teaching, and sharing.
Along with escaping contemporary life, campers desire to connect with nature. Cities might feel away from nature. Connecting to Earth's electrons is healthy.
Connect With Nature
Sunlight feels good on skin because of evolution. Direct sunlight gives you a tonne of Vitamin D, which helps your body absorb calcium and phosphorus.