We all have those days when we wake up feeling a little worse for wear and the world around us looks duller than a bad cup of tea. It happens to the best of us, we’re only human! For most of us, our mood and emotions change quicker than the British weather, so often, achieving daily happiness can seem like a fairytale.
If there were only a day to remind us how to be optimistic. Cue – International Day of Happiness, a lovely little reminder to spread the cheer to the world – even through unwelcome events!
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Check out the video below where NHS Doctor, Dr Frankie Jackson-Spence shares her tips on living a happy life this International Day of Happiness.
How does mood affect our daily life?
Nowadays, we don’t prioritise our happiness as much as we deserve. We don’t often look at how our mood can be affecting our lives, but maybe it’s about time we did. The connection between our mental health and our physical health is strong because our mood can affect us in so many ways; from our brain and our body to the relationships we have with our loved ones.
The good news is that, oftentimes, it doesn’t take a lot to cheer us up. Even something as little as finding a £1 in your supermarket trolley, or having a delicious sweet treat can boost our mood .
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