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A couple rides in a convertible on a summer evening.

We often associate summertime with vacations, time by the pool, and less stress. While all of these things are true, the general lack of structure that often comes with the summer can lead to anxiety. For those who are working, being cooped up indoors can lead to restlessness or feeling sad after returning from vacation.

Regardless of whether the summer makes it more difficult for you to maintain your mental health or if it makes you feel relaxed, gorgeous weather and some much-needed time to breathe can help you focus on your mental health. Here are 10 ways put together by Harmony clinics that you can rejuvenate your well being and boost your mental health over the summer.