garden and gardening - feature - licence free image by pixnio

If you would like to improve both your property and garden, it can be a good idea to consider building a garden.

The garden you build can be as complex or as simple as you would like it to be.

You could simply build a small area with some vegetables, flowers, and herbs in it.

Alternatively, you can go with an elaborate design that includes water features such as ponds or fountains.

Gardens are an excellent way to bring the outdoors inside.

They provide serenity and natural beauty along with an opportunity for creativity, relaxation, and exercise.

Some even choose to build a garden room like these Scandinavian Garden buildings.

Gardens can be found in various sizes or forms with numerous different flowers and plants.

Having a garden has many advantages, which are discussed below:

1. Vitamin D Intake

If you want to stay healthy, you need to get your vitamin D intake.

To get the right amount, you need about 10 to 15 minutes of exposure to the sun.

Older adults can benefit from more sunlight to keep their bones strong, to maintain a normal weight, and to ensure that their immune systems are functioning properly.

Vitamin D is important since it also helps with calcium absorption, which benefits health by developing stronger teeth and protecting us against autoimmune diseases such as arthritis or multiple sclerosis.

Not only does getting outside help you receive sufficient quantities of this important nutrient, but also you have an opportunity to partake in fun hobbies that make you feel happy such as gardening outdoors where plenty of flowers bloom throughout the year – providing excellent opportunities for those that love taking care of plants indoors or are looking for new ways of entertaining themselves.

2. Mood-Boosting

Do you remember the feeling you get after you have planted a new flower in the garden?

It is beautiful, uplifting, and makes your day instantly better. Did you also know that it has the potential to make you happier too?

If you enjoy yourself outside for a while working on your yard or plants you will start feeling less stressed out than if you were stuck indoors all day at work.

One study found that people diagnosed with depression had their mental health improve significantly after gardening for 12 weeks (It is important to note that this isn’t an official cure for depression).

3. Stress-Relieving

Gardening as a form of exercise can also be good for you.

It helps release endorphins, which is the hormone that makes you feel satisfied and relaxed similar to when you are relaxing with your favorite hobby or pet.

Furthermore, being directly in contact with sunlight outside can actually help in improving your mood.

Being exposed to the sun brings natural light into our eyes, which can help improve sleep patterns during the night too.

It might not sound like much, but it does not compare to Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) where depression occurs during the winter because of the lack of exposure to the sun.

Gardening may also help reduce cortisol levels (the stress hormone in the brain responsible for learning disorders and memory loss).

4. Strengthening Your Hands

Gardening is an excellent way to keep the hands strong since it requires you to plant, dig, and pull weeds.

You can either take care of your back garden at home or in the public gardens that are free for everybody.

If you want your hands to be the healthiest they can be, besides getting your supply of fresh vegetables from your garden, you should also know that the United States has plenty of spots throughout the country where you can go out into nature and just do this without having to part with any money.

5. Healthy Eating

One of the best things about having your own garden is that you can grow lots of vegetables yourself even if you are not an expert.

There are basically dozens of easy vegetables to work with, many of which can give you fresh produce throughout the year.

With your fully-stocked garden, you won’t ever have to worry about expensive off-season prices at the grocery store.

If you do live in an area where it becomes particularly cold during winter, plenty more fruits such as mandarin oranges become available too.

The benefits of building a garden are virtually limitless.

You can grow your own food, enjoy the natural environment around you, and it is also an opportunity to share with your family and friends.

If this sounds like something that would benefit your business or life, get in touch with us today for additional information on how we can help design the ideal space for you.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website, to learn more please read our privacy policy.


Captcha * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.