- The lively nature of flowers that contrasts with the gloomy feeling of hospital rooms improves the healing rates of patients
- Receiving flowers sends a signal to our brain that we are special
- Flowers help promote relaxation and sleep
Flowers exude timeless beauty and grace. They can also make our lives happier and our body healthier. Here’s how these colorful gift from nature affect our well-being.
Flowers Reduce Stress
Looking at flowers, with their palette of colors can set us off in a positive mood. Gardening is an experience that can stimulate our minds. Workers are also keeping plants in their workplace to help them concentrate more on their jobs.
Flowers Helps In Body Healing
It is a thoughtful thing to send flowers to patients undergoing healing procedures, but studies suggest that these blooms can also hasten recovery of hospital patients. The lively nature of flowers that contrasts with the gloomy feeling of hospital rooms improves the healing rates of patients.
Flowers Improve Emotional Health
If you are eager to remove your emotional baggage, flowers can help. The nice feeling we get from giving or receiving flowers can affect the production of a bodily chemical called oxytocin, the so-called “bonding hormone.” These chemicals reward us with deep social trust and help us become more emphatic.
Flowers Boost Happiness Level
Whether as a sign of love or deep appreciation to one’s effort, receiving flowers sends a signal to our brain that we are special. The chemistry in our brain releases happy hormones, called dopamine that makes us feel good and boosts our happiness meter.
Flowers Improve Sleep And Relaxation
Studies suggest that the smell of flowers can make people euphoric or feel in love. Having difficulty sleeping? Owing to their scent, flowers help promote relaxation and sleep, so keep flowers near your bed to easily improve the quality of your slumber.
The next time you see a flower or take a stroll in a garden, be grateful that nature gave us beautiful blooms that help make us happier and healthier.