Summer is here. Some days are hotter than others. Many people are out enjoying the weather and outdoor activities. Everyone appears to be in a good mood. However, some people are experiencing increased anxiety due to the change in season and increased crowds.
Research finds that the summer’s hot temperatures can exacerbate anxiety symptoms like sweating, tiredness, dehydration, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and nausea.
Here are eight things you can do to better cope summer anxiety this summer season.
1. Water! Water! Water! Drink plenty of water. Dehydration is known to trigger anxiety.
2. Keep yourself cool at night when you sleep.
3. Dress so your body temperature can be