How Vacations Affect Children
Our brain produces oxytocin, dopamine and opioids that reduce stress and contribute to improved well-being.
Changing environment stimulates frontal lobe processes that affect IQ development.
Parents have more time to focus on their children.
Spending at least 20 minutes in contact with nature significantly improves the ability to concentrate.
The degree of satisfaction with oneself and others increases when traveling frequently.
During vacations, creativity is stimulated by the discovery of new experiences and new places.