Britain's National Trust has now bottled fresh air so that stressed City workers can unwind, media reports indicate. The Daily Express reported that the air comes from some of the favorite places across the country including Townend on the shores of Lake Windermere in Cumbria, Stourhead in Wiltshire and Box Hill, Surrey.
It added that workers should be able to be stress-free for about 10 minutes after inhaling a jar of the fresh air.
"With most of us living in an urban environment and having little time to escape to the great outdoors we thought it was about time the National Trust shared just a fraction of our copious amounts of fresh air with the nation," National Trust spokesman Andrew McLaughlin told the paper.
The idea started after a poll revealed that a breath of fresh air relieved stress in about 60% of the people polled.