“Nature deficit disorder” is the (non-medical) term coined by the author- Richard Louv in one of his previous books named “Last child in the woods”. Through Vitamin N, where N refers to Nature, authors provides an antidote to this “electronic-age” disorder with over 500 practical actions that parents, families and communities at large may and should embrace to get the children back to nature. From boosting creativity, patience to reducing obesity and depression, there are many psychological and physical health benefits that strong nature connection can bring in. So, as the author suggests, pick five or ten actions from the book, try them and come back for more if you wish; and in the meantime, relax. Take a break, look at the clouds, listen to the wind and let the birds to the heavy lifting.