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Author: Rehana Asmi

Seattleite. University of Montana journalism student. I like coffee and booze and try to balance this out with healthy stuff like good food and the great outdoors so I don't die at a ripe age of 24. So far it's working.

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What The Hell Is A Forest Bath?

Forest bathing, or “shinrin-yoku” in Japanese, is not skinny-dipping in some woodland puddle that you might expect (unless that’s what you want to do.)

Instead, it’s the act of taking a leisurely walk through the forest and using the senses for health benefits including increased focus, stronger immune system, lower blood pressure and decreased stress levels.

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