HALLXH Tribe! Have you realized that in recent months waterfalls have become one of the most visited holiday spots? Previously, waterfalls were only appreciated by nature and outdoor enthusiasts alike, but now it seems that almost everyone has chosen to spend time in waterfalls during their leisure.
“There’s no better place to find yourself than sitting by a waterfall and listening to its music” ~ Ronald R. Kemler
Perhaps, those who have experienced the tranquility of waterfalls may relate to this quote. For those who haven’t, the view of the water gushing freely to the rocks below will surely give you goosebumps.
In today’s blog, we will share a plethora of benefits these waterfalls offer. A little sneak peek, not only does it provide comfort, but also a few health benefits!
You’d be surprised at how waterfalls can boost your mood vastly; it’s definitely something you wouldn’t want to miss out on. Even weeks afterwards, the afterglow feeling will still linger on, especially for those who live in urban areas with a hot and damp climate.
Plus, the cold splashes of water will relax your muscles and stimulate your nerves, improving your mood even more. Now wouldn’t you want to experience something like this?
Did you know that your mental health is a factor for happiness? But how could a waterfall possibly contribute towards a healthy mental health?
Well, picture yourself in a waterfall, enjoying the fresh air with a ray of sunny sunshine and water splashing within the waterfall drenching your body as you are one with nature. Now that will have you smiling from ear to ear! We can’t imagine any better way to have fun, as being one with nature is always a mood booster.
Exercise and Breathing
The path leading towards scenic beauties are never instant, same applies to waterfalls. You will have to go through a steep path, overcoming slippery rocks that requires balance, and proper breathing. You’d need to walk for more or less 30 minutes to reach your destination, and thus your journey has transformed into a fun exercise session!
In addition to that, the fresh air powered by nature will have improved benefits for your lungs too. A journey that is healthy and rewards you with a soothing emotion and an experience to cherish for a life time; worth it!
Enjoy the rest of your time on earth
The given title may seem that we are tip-toeing towards the end of the world, but we certainly hope that the Earth still has a long life. Earth has been around for approximately 4.54 billion years, and honestly, we aren’t making it any better through climate change. And hearing this, shouldn’t we all contribute in preserving mother Earth?
“One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” ~ William Shakespeare
So, what’s your call? Are you ready to visit a waterfall and free yourself from your daily routine?
Translated by: Carel Kainama