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Ensure a Brilliant Future for Your Family by Avoiding Nature-Deficit Disorder


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Article By: Jenny Miller


Staying inside is pretty normal these days, but the unfortunate truth is that it’s damaging our health. To everyone’s dismay, children are particularly affected, and their future is at stake. Thankfully, there are ample opportunities for moms and dads to heal any damage nature-deficit disorder might be causing their families.

Human Well-Being and Nature Are Linked

Learn about the many reasons kids need to be outdoors and about the dangers of spending too much time inside.

6 Amazing Things That Happen When You Spend Time in Nature

Two Hours a Week Spent Outdoors in Nature Linked with Better Health

15 Benefits of Going Out and Engaging With Nature for Kids

Kids Who Spend More Time Outside Are Happier Adults

Wilderness Camping Helps Reset, Rejuvenate Circadian Rhythm

Lifestyle Changes Begin at Home

You can start getting your kids outdoors more often by just spending more time in your backyard.

7 Reasons Your Kids May Need a Screen-Detox (+ How To)

35 Fun Outdoor Games for Kids of All Ages

Stargazing with Kids: How to Inspire Young Astronomers

Ten Easy Veggies to Grow with Kids

Storm Spotting for Children: At-Home Meteorology

Exploring and Adventures Further From Home

To truly immerse yourself and your family in nature, take everyone on an outdoor adventure!

Backpacking with Kids: Expert Advice for Backcountry Camping

The Joys of Sharing Caving with Kids

Find Campgrounds to Delve Into the Great Outdoors

For you and your children to be happy and healthy, the best solution is to make nature a part of your life. Look for opportunities to spend time outside both at home and away. It’s a great way to encourage learning and development while still having fun, and thanks to your decision and some proactive measures, you won’t have to give a second thought to nature-deficit disorder.

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