Author’s Bio: Paige Lamb has a degree in Psychology. As a passionate medical worker, she enjoys writing about health topics to provide insight to everyone.
Some people find that their anxiety changes depending on the time of the year. For example, some people find that their anxiety worsens during the summer months due to the high temperatures and how these effects can increase anxiety symptoms.
Some of the symptoms that are seen that are caused by anxiety from the summer months are; sweating, tiredness, nausea, dehydration, restlessness, palpitations, and shortness of breath. This makes summer vacations and fun very pressuring which can induce anxiousness.
Some of the ways that a person can cope with summer anxiety would be:
This advice can also be taken for generalized anxiety as well.
Call or Book your online Doctor Visit
Talk to a doctor over the Phone/ Tablet
If needed pick up your medication at the pharmacy