Do you notice yourself feeling more anxious in the summer?

Posted On October 19, 2019


When the sun is shining, the automatic assumption is that everything feels right with the world – but that isn’t the case for everyone. Anxiety, for some people who suffer from it, can actually worsen in the summer months, and it makes complete sense as to why.

Speaking to Refinery 29, psychologist at telehealth app LiveHealth Online, Lindsay Henderson, PsyD, explained that the increased social pressure to go out and have fun can lead to higher levels of anxiety.

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