The Benefits of Frequent Bio Points (FBIOs)
- They improve capacity for increased Health, Wealth and Happiness
- They are freely available for everyone
- They give free access to the great outdoors
FBIOs can help you accumulate better health, wealth and happiness through free exposure to negative ions, essential oils and good bacteria!
Evidence that time spent in the natural world benefits human health
The idea that trillions of bacteria are swarming over your skin and through your body is enough to give anyone the creepy crawlies.
But as long as humans can’t live without carbon, nitrogen, protection from disease and the ability to fully digest their food, they can’t live without bacteria, said Anne Maczulak, a microbiologist and author of the book “Allies and Enemies: How the World Depends on Bacteria”
A short walk to a natural place like the sea, or the river or a lake or trees can help you cope with modern demands and achieve much more in your work. One of the best ways to prepare yourself for that interview or job promotion! The author below began to motivate himself to take short regular walks to the river;
I did this because I hadn’t been spending much time at the river, even though it’s only a short walk from home, and even though I like doing it. The results of my informal experiment? I did, in fact, feel better—calmer, more relaxed, clearer-headed.
One such author became a best seller author in the USA!
High concentrations of negative ions are essential for high energy and positive mood (Thayer, 1996). In fact, Marian Diamond, a professor of neuroanatomy at the University of California, Berkeley, has found that levels of negative ions are inversely related to levels of serotonin in the brain. Negative ions suppress serotonin levels in much the same way that natural sunlight suppresses melatonin. Hence the invigorating effect of fresh air and sunshine and the correspondingly depressed feelings associated with being closed in and dark.
A WALK IN NATURE WILL BENEFIT YOU!
So how many FBIOs will you accumulated this week?