Lex Anteinternet: The caged tiger isn't happy? Mixed news on the medical front.Truth be known, we were evolved to live out in nature. But we've developed our society to live indoors, with indoor occupations, which is deeply unnatural. Or, as Beef states:
Farmstead, Pennsylvania. The life many left for life in cities.I sort of feel that this story;Lex Anteinternet: The caged tiger isn't happy?: Heard in an interview of a doctor regarding depression: "Major depression is unheard of in hunter gatherer societies".is related to this one:As per a new study published online Dec. 11 in the Journal Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders, high stress could increase risk factor for many cognitive functions that can lead to the Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Gayatri Devi, a neurologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, said the latest study shows link between high stress levels and chances of developing diseases like Alzheimer’s.From the Northern Californian.
However, despite these worries, it turns out people who work with the land are in an occupation that lends itself to happiness.Is it the fresh air? Being your own boss? Managing livestock? Building something from the ground up? Growing plants from the soil? What is it that makes farmers and ranchers so good natured, even in the worst of times?Now, I can't take credit for knowing everything revealed in the article, for example: