The 72 Hour Cabin

72 hours out of the month of September in the year 2017, researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Walter Osika and Cecilia Stenfors conducted a study of five people who agreed to live in a specially designed glass cabins in Swedish nature. Sweden’s well-known quality of life ranking is the catalyst for this experiment. Visit Sweden and Turistrådet Västsverige (West Sweden Tourist Board) wanted to examine their country’s close relationship to nature by bringing in people with stressful occupations from various countries to beautiful Henriksholm Island. The custom-built glass cabin are simple with the idea of being very little between occupant and nature. Now we just have to await the results. Do you think a person’s stress level can be substantially affected within 72 hours? 

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