(WTNH) – Many people have been in a constant state of feeling burnt out and anxious. Now, with the sun, warm weather, and the handful of outdoor activities to participate in, some are wondering why these feelings are only continuing to increase.

Dr. Valeria Martinez-Kaigi, a clinical health psychologist with Hartford HealthCare at the Institute of Living and Tallwood Men’s Health, is discussing the summertime version of seasonal affective disorder.

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