HEALTHIER LIVING CLOSE TO NATURE

The closer your home is to nature, your health is more likely better.  The fresh air circulated given off by grass, shrubs, and trees promote better respiratory and cardio-vascular health. Of course, a lifestyle that allows more opportunity to exercise as well as healthy eating also contributes to better health and well-being.

Researchers are meanwhile saying that this covers even mental health, wherein those whose living environments are close to a tree-lined park or wooded area experience less anxiety and depression. An article published by Dutch researchers back in October 2009 report  results of a comparative study between people in Netherlands who live in places with more green spaces and those  with less such as those residing in a very urban setting.  “In areas with only 10% of green space, about 2.6% of people experienced anxiety disorders, compared to 1.8% of people in areas with 90% green space. The disparity was evident for depression as well — 3.2% of people living in more urbanized areas had depression versus 2.4% of those in more rural areas.”

It is in recognition of these facts that spurred Colourfield Land Development Corporation to carefully plan out the location of its residential projects. A home in either the mid-end Northfield Residences and high-end AberdeenPlace assures healthy living. Northfield Residences is nestled in a quiet nook in Barangay Canduman, Mandaue City with a landscape of shady tree-lined walkways, linear gardens, and a grand view of the mountains and hills. Newborn project AberdeenPlace sits on a hillside in Cabancalan, Mandaue City embraced with the peaceful natural elements. Trees still very much abound the area and the cool invigorating breeze freely blow from neighboring hills.

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