Nature Deficiency Disorder (NDD) is characterized by severe and chronic feelings of emptiness, mental and physical fatigue, and a general lack of interest in going outside for anything more than a Starbucks Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino.
NDD is most prevalent in adults over the age of 21, but can affect children as young as 1 day old, and their pets. It tends to run in families, and is commonly found in office workers, CEOs, computer engineers, entrepreneurs, and most people living in or around cities and suburban areas.
If you think you might be suffering from NDD, you’re not alone.
For years I was feeling overwhelmed by the rigors of daily life. Hours, days and years were slipping away while I clicked and typed my way along in the rat race toward the ever elusive finish line.
Over time, I found that my butt was sinking further and further into the padded seat that was propping it up, and my soul was growing empty.
Then I found Prescription Strength Nature Rx, the miracle cure that was right in my backyard the whole time!
Do you want to break the cycle and get back to living?
Watch this genius and Award Winning commercial to find out how you can get your hands on some Nature Rx.
Warning: this prescription may lead to spontaneous euphoria. For euphoria lasting more than 4 hours, check work email and consult your doctor.
If you liked this article, please comment, like and share it with your friends. Want more like this? Be sure to subscribe and you’ll be the first to hear when we publish new articles or videos.
Now, Getgo Outdoors!
Latest posts by Robb Keele (see all)
- John Muir Trail Day 5 – Past Donahue Pass to Red’s Meadow. 19.5 mile lake tour hike. - March 7, 2017
- John Muir Trail Day 4 – Tuolomne Meadows over Donahue Pass. 16.4 mile shakedown hike. - March 2, 2017
- John Muir Trail Day 3 – Sunrise Lakes to Tuolomne Meadows. 10.1 mile hike for hunger. - December 28, 2016