[:en]Forest medecine abstracts – compilation[:]
[:en]In this document you will find the abstracts related to the studies listed below :

Phytoncides (Wood Essential Oils) Induce Human Natural Killer Cell Activity

Benefits-Based Analysis of Visitor Use of Sorak-San National Park in Korea

Urban forest park use and psychosocial outcomes: A case study in six cities across South Korea

The effects of exercise in forest and urban environments on sympathetic nervous activity of normal young adults.

The influence of forest view through a window on job satisfaction and job stress

Forest bathing enhances human natural killer activity and expression of anti­cancer proteins.

Physiological effects of Shinrin­yoku (taking in the atmosphere of the forest)­­using salivary cortisol and cerebral activity as indicators.

Physiological effects of Shinrin­yoku (taking in the atmosphere of the forest) in an old­growth broadleaf forest in Yamagata Prefecture, Japan.

Visiting a forest, but not a city, increases human natural killer activity and expression of anti­cancer proteins.

A forest bathing trip increases human natural killer activity and expression of anti­cancer proteins in female subjects.

Effect of phytoncide from trees on human natural killer cell function.

Promoting human health through forests: overview and major challenges.

A day trip to a forest park increases human natural killer activity and the expression of anti­cancer proteins in male subjects.

The physiological effects of Shinrin­yoku (taking in the forest atmosphere or forest bathing): evidence from field experiments in 24 forests across Japan.

Trends in research related to “Shinrin­yoku” (taking in the forest atmosphere or forest bathing) in Japan

Forest experience and psychological health benefits: the state of the art and future prospect in Korea.

Acute effects of walking in forest environments on cardiovascular and metabolic parameters.

Effect of forest bathing on physiological and psychological responses in young Japanese male subjects.

Effectiveness of favorite­place prescriptions: a field experiment.

Psychophysiological responses and restorative values of natural environments in Taiwan

Determinants of restorative experiences in everyday favorite places.

Effect of exposure to natural environment on health inequalities: an observational population study.

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