Bacteria in soil also boosts your serotonin levels Nature’s calming effect comes from not only the fresh air, but also the ground. Research done by scientists at the University of Colorado at Boulder shows that Mycobacterium vaccae, a harmless bacteria commonly found in soil, can act as a natural antidepressant by increasing the release and metabolism of serotonin in parts of the brain that control cognitive function and mood. Via MentalFloss

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Bacteria in soil also boosts your serotonin levels Nature’s calming effect comes from not only the fresh air, but also the ground. Research done by scientists at the University of Colorado at Boulder shows that Mycobacterium vaccae, a harmless bacteria commonly found in soil, can act as a natural antidepressant by increasing the release and metabolism of serotonin in parts of the brain that control cognitive function and mood. Via MentalFloss

André Josselin x Aurélien Buttin by André Josselin on 500px

André Josselin x Aurélien Buttin by André Josselin on 500px

the ocean cures all. by André Josselin on 500px

the ocean cures all. by André Josselin on 500px

André Josselin on Behance

André Josselin on Behance

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