Summer Depression Hypnotherapy

It was as if yesterday. I was a high school student. Summer started. The school was out. It was hot. And I was not having anything to do, any place to go, and fun to get. Only my mother was there observing my ever-growing boredom, and she had no way to get me out of the summer depression.

We know summer is supposed to be fun and relaxing. We are supposed to be having a great time. The problem is, that supposition only adds more stress to the depression.

What Do We Need To Know About Summer Depression?

  • Summertime SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder. It is that seasonal changes cause depression. Normally SAD causes depression for some people in wintertime, as the day gets shorter and colder, but there are people with SAD who get it in the reverse. Summer heat can be oppressive for some people. The longer days cause trouble sleeping. And the humidity may all play a role in summer depression.
  • Financial Worries – The supposed fun may cause money. Vacation in summer can be expensive. Summer camps for kids, babysitters to keep the kids occupied… they all add up to the expenses and therefore the depression.
  • Body Image Issues – In my work, most of the weight loss clients say they feel more comfortable in winter clothes than summer ones. As when they hide themselves in the thick layers of clothing, they don’t have to see their own bodies therefore feeling self-conscious. A bathing suit can make them awkward.
  • What Can We Do When Summer Depression Happens?

  • Balance Activities and Sleep – No doubt, a good night’s sleep will give you enough energy during the day. Longer days may encourage you to stay up later than usual, not getting enough sleep is a common trigger for depression. Make a good habit of sleeping well. And then make plans for summer activities preferably outdoors.
  • Plan Ahead if you are travelling – A vacation is not a real vacation if you are too stressed, financially or physically. Consider alternatives. It doesn’t have to be an obligation.
  • Get Help – Even though the days are long, summer in some areas can be short. Don’t take the signs of depression lightly. Don’t wait them out, assuming they will resolve on their own. Sometimes, what starts as summer depression can turn into a longer-lasting major depression. After all, you can also enjoy the summer.
  • The causes can be different for different people, therefore the solutions are different. What you want is to be happy, energized, peaceful, and restful. Schedule your first session with Kemila in person below and start to enjoy what each season has to offer. If it’s online such as Zoom or Skype, please go to the Online Session page. For returned clients, click here for scheduling a Regular Session. Or if you have questions, you can schedule a a virtual or In-Person consultation with Kemila first.


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    3. Poor Self-Image
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    40. Grieving and Mourning
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    54. Past Life Regression
    55. Contact Spirit Guides
    56. Access Higher Self
    57. Out of Body Experience (OBE)
    58. Automatic Writing
    59. Spirit Attachment Release
    60. Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
    61. Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
    62. Eating Disorders
    63. Cravings
    64. Compulsive Eating
    65. Communication with the Deceased
    66. Ruminating and Overthinking
    67. Insecurity in Relationships
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    70. Fear of Flying
    71. Fear of Heights
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    73. Depression
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    76. Hypnosis for Business
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    79. Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) or Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
    80. Performance Anxiety
    81. Panic Attacks
    82. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
    83. Road Rage
    84. Self-Awareness
    85. Aggression
    86. Stop Smoking
    87. Overcome Fear of Public Speaking
    88. Break through limitations
    89. Moodiness
    90. Sleep Disorders
    91. Age Regression
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    95. Lack of Direction
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    100. Money and Financial Success
    101. Bed Wetting
    102. Perfectionism
    103. Trauma and PTSD
    104. Stuttering
    105. Abandonment
    106. Problem Solving
    107. Hypertension (Lower Blood Pressure)
    108. FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)
    109. Deal with Changes
    110. Shy Bladder
    111. Nail Biting (Body Focused Repetitive Behaviours)
    112. Thumb Sucking (BFRB)
    113. ET Abduction and Encounter
    114. Discouraged
    115. Fear of Loss of Control
    116. Fear of Failure
    117. Fear of Success
    118. Lack of Ambition
    119. Self-Control
    120. Inferiority
    121. Superiority
    122. Jealousy
    123. Self-Criticism & Self-Defeating Behaviors
    124. Shame
    125. Dilemma and Indecisiveness
    126. Resistance to Change
    127. Self-Hypnosis
    128. Restlessness
    129. Sadness
    130. Insecurity
    131. Mistrust
    132. Victimization
    133. Summer Depression
    134. Maintain Posture & Improve Body Language
    135. Presurgical
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    137. Hoarding Disorder
    138. Gagging
    139. Dreams
    140. Nightmares / Night terrors
    141. Headaches
    142. Death or Loss
    143. Fear of Death
    144. Learn a New skill
    145. Assist Healing
    146. Self-Mastery
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