Review based on Human well-being, biodiversity and mental health
Sudhir Aswale, Shraddha Magdum, Vrushali Gaikwad
Biodiversity, biophilia, mental health, nature, well-being
The variety of organisms on Earth, or biodiversity, supports human and social needs such as the security of food and nutrition, energy, the creation of pharmaceuticals and medications, and freshwater, which collectively are essential to good health. Additionally, it promotes employment possibilities and recreational pursuits that enhance general well-being. However, recent findings point to the possibility that ecological diversity may also be significantly related to the mental health and wellbeing of people. By examining recent research that has looked at the association between exposure to nature, biodiversity, and mental health outcomes, this review paper seeks to explore the relationship between biodiversity and mental health. According to the biodiversity theory, the natural environment has a favorable impact on the mental and physical well-being of people. In conclusion, this review article emphasizes the value of biodiversity for human well-being and calls for more study, action, and protection of nature for the betterment of human mental health.
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Unique Paper ID: 160288

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 73 - 79
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