Summer is on its way, so as the hot, sunny days spread into longer evenings. Everyone is happy and in the holiday mood.Actually that isn’t the case for everyone.
Some people find their anxiety worsens during the summer period. Certain anxiety sufferers find that as summer progresses, the increased temperatures can induce effects which are similar to anxiety symptoms.
These might include sweating, tiredness, nausea, dehydration, restlessness, palpitations and shortness of breath. Add on to this that the rest of the population seem to be out having fun in the sun with entertaining, picnics and trips to the coast and the pressure is on!So, how can you help yourself get through the summer season?Last but not least, don’t be too hard onRead more on nopanic.org.uk