Take Back Your Outside Mindset: Live Longer, Prevent Dementia, and Control Your Chronic Illness

By | October 14, 2019

After a 40 year career as a nurse, and nursing professor, Verla finds that as more diseases are added to her systemic lupus diagnosis, her fears multiply. For the first year, stays inside her home trying to get better, and be the perfect patient.

When this does not work, she takes a sharp left turn into what trees, shrubs, and grass can do for her. When she applies what she finds to her own situation, it works. Then she finds the research too good not to share.

This book and companion workbook show you that by spending as little as 5 hours a month close to trees, shrubs, and grass, puts you back in the driver’s seat of your thoughts, emotions, life span, memory, attention, and your chronic illness.

Do you feel like you are too busy or too tired to go outside?

Here is just a taste of how to use green space as your miracle drug:

1)Tree time dosages and locations as recommended by peer reviewed science,

2)Ways of noticing when you are outside to enhance the ability of outside green space to improve your short and long term memory, improve your problem solving abilities, and your concentration,

3) Words that work for you outside to free your mind for whatever you want to do.

Tap into your potential to change your life by using green space as a tool to feel better in the moment and to buffer yourself against future memory loss, early death, and symptom severity.

You have more control than you think you do. And this way is free and remarkably easy.

This is on sale now – Click Here – Lots of Reviews TOO!

Do you want to feel better?


Anonymous on 10/14/2019 at 02:57.

Finding a new perspective

Anonymous on 10/14/2019 at 03:10.

Healing Emotionally and Physically with Nature

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