Recapture your wild side

March 2012
Men's Health India;Mar2012, p4
The article discusses the benefits of exposure to the outdoors. It says that moving outdoors could result in longer lives, faster healing, quicker thinking, more productivity and less anger. The author adds that exposure to the outdoors lets people think and sharpens their focus. The steps on how to create an alfresco office are also discussed.


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