How You Walk Alters Your Mood

A new study points to an important principle of moodraising: You can physically change the way you move and you will alter your mood. An article in ScienceDaily says:

"Subjects who were prompted to walk in a more depressed style, with less arm movement and their shoulders rolled forward, experienced worse moods than those who were induced to walk in a happier style, according to the study published in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry."

Read more about the study here.

Read more about the principle here.

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