Podcast: 6 tips to keep your mood buoyant

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If you experience low mood

Listen in as Leanne shares some tips on how to keep your mood buoyant and minimise the impact of those days when you’re in low mood.

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

6 tips to keep your mood buoyant

How movement benefits your mood and energy

The way my exercise has changed


The value of meaningful connection

Key Takeaways:

Movement is absolutely crucial. A study has shown that 10 minutes of brisk walking a day increases a person’s overall mood and energy that lasts for about 2 hours afterward.

The same study has shown that doing the 10 minutes brisk walk for 3 weeks or more improves a person’s overall mood and energy significantly throughout the whole day.

Heartfulness is reconnecting with the passion or hobby that you have loved but maybe haven’t had much time for recently, or doing something for someone.

Access to natural light helps to generate serotonin. Serotonin is hugely important for mood regulation.

Action Steps:

6 tips to keep your mood buoyant

Incorporate movement into your day.


Practice heartfulness.

Get exposed to natural light.

Get out and spend time in nature.

Focus on connection.

Leanne said:

“I cannot imagine not exercising. Not because of the aesthetic. Because I think it just profoundly underpins my wellbeing.”

“I’m used to feeling flat like that, and it’s really beneficial just to sit and work out ‘What is it that actually helps me, and how often can I get that into my every day?”

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