Brits need three positive moments in the morning to set them up for a good day

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Some of the top 25 morning mood boosters include the sun shining, spending time in nature - and having had a great night's sleep, the research found

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Brits need three positive morning moments to set them up for a good day, including a proper family breakfast, reading something funny – and waking up to a lovely message.

And three-quarters said these little positive thoughts and events help diffuse the bits of the day that get them down – such as worries about family members (47 per cent), financial concerns (47 per cent), and not feeling like they belong to their community (27 per cent). “We want to help the nation connect and belong – so, in addition to the newly-named Azuma train, “You Belong”, travelling the length of the country, we’ve launched the “News Against Living Miserably” news stand at Newcastle Central Station, to showcase inspiring stories and raise further awareness about the vital work being done by CALM.”

But 67 per cent reckon it’s easier to have a good day overall, if the day started off on the right track – while 51 per cent feel it only takes the smallest thing to tip their mood into being more positive or more negative. These include making a cup of tea or coffee, listening to an up-beat music track or podcast, and reading an uplifting news story to make them smile.

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