We always knew travel was good for you and now there is research behind it!
Do you dream about traveling? You must know that traveling is good for our mental, physical and emotional health. This book will give you the tips and strategies from travel research to boost memory and cognition, relieve stress, improve fitness, heighten your overall happiness and find enjoyment in your life. Travel around the corner or around the world. Make the choice to live a healthier life. If you need the motivation to travel or wish you could convince someone to travel with you, research overwhelmingly shows that travel can boost memory and cognition, relieve stress, improve your fitness, heighten your overall happiness and provide real enjoyment in your life. Developing a positive attitude toward travel and knowing how to gain the highest level of benefits will improve you mind, body and soul. The research shows that if you “get away” – whether around the corner to an event or around the world – the benefits are possible. Janet Stevens, Ph.D. is an educational researcher and wanted to gather information to show that travel is good for us. She believes that if you have a positive bias or attitude toward travel – acquired from reading RX: Travel which provides the proof or research – you will gain more from traveling that someone who does not believe travel is good for you. We can all make things happen when we know and believe it is important to us. Most people do not think that travel is an important part of our lives – so we put it on the back burner or work it in when we can. But travel is important. It is your prescription to improve you mental, physical and emotional health.When Janet was young, she used to say that when she grew up – she wanted to become a “tourist”. Sounded like a good job. As long as her parents paid for her trips and excursions – she would go and learn. After that (on her own nickel), lots of things got in the way of traveling and that dream. Eventually she found ways to get away. The more she traveled, the more she believed it is not a luxury but essential to our brain, body and mental health.