#7: Mapping Forest Bathing with Dr. Maya Shetreat
What should the doctor order to lower blood pressure, increase NK cell production and manage the body’s cortisol response? It’s the ancient practice of shinrin-yoku, of course. Put on your headphones, get out in the woods and join me and Dr. Maya Shetreat to talk about the many benefits of forest bathing.
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