1. Fresh Air Improves Learning
Breathing Fresh air facilitates clear thinking and help us be more optimistic. The average brain comprises 2% of a person’s total body weight Yet the brain requires 25% of all oxygen used by the body in order our brain function well. Students who study outdoor fresh air have clearer minds and report they have a more productive study time.
Failure to Breathe properly results in performance with less optimum concentration, creativity, willpower, memory retention and good judgment. The best thing you can do for your brain is an exercise in fresh air to improve brain function and learning.