May is Mental Health Awareness Month - Home | NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness
If ever these words needed to be heard it's now.
Research suggests that travel can reduce your stress by getting out of your daily grind. Many people escape the winter blues by traveling to a warm sunny destination to break away from routine and get much-needed vitamin D from sunlight and warmth. Experiential and/or adventure travel can encourage you to step out of your comfort zone. Spending quality time in nature or a new environment provides an opportunity to reflect on your personal goals. Encountering new experiences, places, and people/cultures can help you become more compassionate with a different perspective of the world.
Travel is therapeutic making you happier, more energetic, and more focused enhancing your overall wellness. So plan your mental health improving trip today! #DCXDestinations
“5 reasons Why Travel is Good for Your Mental Health” on Forbes.com