Hypnosis for Exam Presentation Nerves
Hypnotherapy is a common method used for helping control exam presentation nerves. The power of suggestion and visualisation techniques can encourage an individual to clear their racing mind and approach an exam or presentation with a calm state of mind. If you are anxious, your mind may not be able to focus and your nerves take over. When you are able to control anxiety this leads to increased concentration levels, allowing you to access your knowledge with more ease.
Do you have something important coming up and your nerves are getting the better of you?
Exam presentation nerves can affect anyone. No matter how clever you are or how much you have prepared, nerves my be overwhelming. There is a great emphasis in today’s society in measuring an individual’s ability by exams (e.g. for jobs and your career, to drive a car, give a speech at wedding etc.) and the pressure of this can be overwhelming. Nerves can become out of control and cause anxiety attacks and stress, creating a vicious circle leading to more intense nerves. This can have a negative impact on our unconscious mind and lead to more general, longer term performance based anxiety.
Preparing for an exam – presentation or speech and successfully completing it is not just about how knowledgeable an individual is, but also about their state of mind. Feeling calm, relaxed, focused and confident, when studying or preparing for an exam or presentation means an individual will be much more likely to achieve their full potential. Accessing this state of mind is a skill and can often be learned by implementing new ways of thinking using different techniques to eliminate nerves.
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