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How Water Can Make Us Well

Water gives our brains a break; it holds your attention but doesn’t demand it

Mental health could be as close as your bathtub. As Wallace J Nichols, marine biologist and conservationist, explains in his book, Blue Mind, being in or near water gives our minds the chance to relax, rest and reset—breaking away from what Nichols calls our everyday Red Mind.

“Red Mind refers to our new normal, which is over-connected, over-committed, often distracted, mildly anxious,” he describes, with

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