Network Rail is adding colourful floral displays to lift people’s spirits during their journeys. Can flowers brighten up a long and difficult commute? Absolutely! Flowers are not only beautiful displays for our home, or to gift our loved ones - they have real mental health benefits. Here is why you should consider adding fresh flower displays to brighten up someone’s commute.
Flowers Encourages Positivity
Remember the wonderful feeling you experience after receiving a beautiful bouquet? Studies show that flowers can make us feel less nervous and agitated - feelings that are often experienced during a difficult commute. Sending flowers to someone before or after their journey can reduce these negative effects (if not remove them altogether). You can add flower bouquets with lavender, purple lisianthus, and white spray carnations to bring some joy to someone’s life.
Nature Reduces Stress
Connecting with nature has many health benefits. Probably the most important benefit is that it reduces the symptoms of depression and anxiety. After all, there is nothing more calming than taking a walk in a beautiful park or garden. You can replicate that feeling of calmness and bring someone closer to nature with a floral display of fresh flowers during their journey.
An Unexpected Gift Shows Your Love
There is more mental health awareness in the world than ever but some people still experience difficulty expressing their feelings during difficult times. A thoughtful gift can mean the world to someone during these difficult periods. Sending an unexpected floral gift can help to brighten someone’s day and let them know how much they are loved.
Bright Flowers Improves Mood
According to science, the brighter the flower, the better! Colour therapy (chromotherapy) is the study of colours in the human brain. It is said that bright colours help to create a peaceful state of mind. Add pretty pink tree fern, yellow roses, pink carnations, or lush purple carnations to brighten up someone’s day.
Flower Arrangement Spark Creativity
There is a creative process used to create stunning flower arrangements. Creating a flower arrangement or even gardening is known to be therapeutic and calming. Gifting a flower arrangement might help you to inspire someone to get their creative juices flowing. They may be inspired to take on a therapeutic activity of their own or display their beautiful floral gifts, all of which help to boost their mood.
Take Someone’s Mind off Their Troubles
Coping with mental health issues can be constant and exhausting at times. Floral displays at stations can help take their minds off their troubles for a moment, but gifting flowers go one step further and create a lasting impact. Flowers may not last a lifetime but the thoughtful gesture (and personalised message) are sure to be treasured forever.
The Mental Health Benefits of Floral Gifts from Flowercard
The mental health benefits of floral gifts are extraordinary. Perhaps in time, we will see a future of floral displays at train stations around the country and the globe. You can help to spread some cheer and brighten up the spirits of people by gifting them with our beautiful flower displays and floral gifts. Send a gentle hug with our delicate range of fresh flowers that are hand-arranged and are wrapped with kind words placed inside an exclusive artist-designed card.
People Also Ask
What flowers represent mental health?
Jasmine and lavender are probably the most common flowers that help mental health. Both flowers have many mental health benefits such as lowering stress and anxiety levels, and heart rate, as well as promoting a good mood, and improving sleep. Other flowers such as Chrysanthemums and Lisianthus are also commonly used to promote positivity.
What plant is good for mental health?
There are many plants that have mental health benefits. These can include the famous beautiful Lily, Lavender, Aloe Vera, Rosemary, and Jasmine, among others. Plants like Lavender and Chamomile help to reduce stress and anxiety levels.
Why are plants important for mental health?
Some studies link the mycobacterium of soil to serotonin (the hormones in our body that help regulate our mood and reduce anxiety). Our exposure to plants, therefore, plays an essential part in helping to improve mental health.
What flower helps with depression?
Flowers that are commonly used for their mental health benefits include Lilacs, Lavender, and Jasmine. Each of these beautiful flowers can help to ease the symptoms associated with depression, such as improving your quality of sleep and boosting your mood.