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Have you ever seen a stressed gardener?

There are too many benefits of gardening to mention: a gardener can reconnect with nature, to nurture and watch life flourish; feel the benefit of a hobby that requires sunlight; can use the same techniques of gardeners from hundreds or even thousands of years ago; and grow delicious fruits and vegetables. So in answer to the opening line, the only stressed gardeners one ever sees are those who cannot get into their garden!

A patch of grass, an allotment grown using produce from a company such as www.spaldingbulb.co.uk , a rockery, a windowsill, and a few acres of trees are all gardens, and they each confer their own degree of creativity to the owner.

Gardening is a relaxing, leisurely hobby which is suitable for all ages, including the elderly. Tending to an allotment or a garden is a form of exercise which the older gardener can regulate themselves in a secure environment. It’s a haven for thought and patience.

There may be even stronger benefits. A new study by the University of Exeter Medical school, published in the Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, reviewed findings from 17 different research centres, and found gardening offered strong therapeutic benefits for people suffering from dementia.

The correlation between a person’s well-being and a strong, healthy diet replete with fresh vegetables and fruits is strong. So not only does the process of growing produce allow the gardener to regulate pesticide use in a patient, considerate and environmentally sound fashion, but there is a tangible nutritious product at the end – which will save trips to the shops and therefore money.

Taste is just one sensation that will be titillated in a relaxing garden. The smells of flowers such as rose, or herbs including rosemary, thyme, and mint, are pleasant enough in any normal patch of land. Some take it further and create their own herb garden, as suggested in this article by About.com.

The sounds of birds tweeting, animals scurrying and a light breeze are also peaceful, and infinitely preferable to the mobile phone and TV. It also takes the gardener away from people, and allows one to clear their thoughts, or alternatively, it’s good for a quick catch up with a neighbour over the garden or allotment fence for those who are otherwise lonely indoors. It’s also an ideal hobby in which to involve young family and children.

Some people combine gardening with other exercises. Yoga is particularly popular as it can be practiced in a small space, and the movements of the garland, downward facing dog, and camel poses are almost naturally complementary to the positions of gardening.

More than anything, gardening is a very natural pastime, and an antidote to sitting in the synthetic, concrete environment of the office. At the end of the working day many employees like nothing more than tossing aside their suit, pulling on their gloves and boots, and getting stuck in. Others relax on a bench, chair, swing or hammock in the sunshine.

Studies have shown that hormones associated with stress are less when a task is performed outdoors compared to the same task indoors, and subjects also report a better mood. In effect then, being in a garden is a stress reliever – no matter what you do there.


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