Nature and its importance!



Nature refers to the phenomena of the physical world and life in general. Nature’s study is a large part of science. According to Google, nature is “the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the panorama, and other traits and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human formulations”.


The word nature has descended from the Latin term ‘natura’, or "vital tones, inherent disposition", and in early times, literally meant "birth".



Nature, to humans, is equal to life, since nature is the sole provider of almost all the things like food, water, medicine, materials, shelter, and even natural cycles such as climate and nutrients. Living in nature or just viewing it has proven to reduce anger, fear, and stress and increase pleasant feelings.


Exposure to nature not only makes us feel better emotionally, but it also contributes to our physical wellbeing, reduces blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and the production of stress hormones. Breathing fresh air can help regulate your levels of serotonin and promote happiness and well-being.



The negative ion-rich oxygen detected in nature also has a relaxing influence on the body. Nature is compared to a mother because it gave us our life. Nature gives us food, fruit-bearing trees to the meat of some animals like a mother provides food to her offspring, her breast milk. Nature provides the air we need to stay alive each passing second.

Nature works concurrently with humans, and humans work concurrently with nature to produce an open-ended output and input of life on earth. Whether we apprehend it or not, humans are interconnected to nature.


Humans can’t survive without nature. Sadly, humans take for conferred the glorious things that nature has to contribute. People ignore the simplicity of nature, even when nature is a requisite asset to our daily life.


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