Glossophobia (The Fear Of Speaking In Public)

    In this article, we are going to discuss glossophobia the definition, symptoms, causes and how you can control it. Glossophobia is a fear of public speaking. It can also be described as fear of public speaking. 

   The reason why glossophobia happens is because people have a fear that they will say something stupid or mess up what they are saying and make a fool out of themselves in front of everybody. There are many symptoms that happen when someone has this phobia such as heart palpitations and sweating. A person could possibly experience nausea or stomach aches which may lead to vomiting if the person has glossophobia for very long periods of time during their life. There are many ways to control this fear that are effective such as using relaxation techniques. In this article, I am going to discuss how someone can use relaxation techniques and other ways they can use to control glossophobia.

   If you are really serious about controlling your fear of public speaking then the best approach is to learn how to perform in front of large audiences without second-guessing yourself or making a typical mistake that all a person has to do when speaking in front of a group is just open their mouth and say something stupid or mess up what they are saying. The only problem is that most people worry about this too much that they actually forget what they were going to say. This can be definitely prevented by using different techniques such as relaxation techniques.

  One of the best ways to use in order to manage your glossophobia is by learning how to use relaxation techniques. Some of the most effective relaxation skills for managing glossophobia include clenching your fists and taking a deep breath and blowing it out. This type of exercise helps you perform better by relaxing you so that you don't necessarily get nervous before a performance and this can also help relieve anxiety after the performance as well. I'll be talking about why this is so effective in the next paragraph.

   The best way to control glossophobia is to use relaxation techniques before and after you speak. Many people talk about going into a deep trance state of hypnosis when they perform in public. All trance states or hypnosis are good methods of controlling glossophobia. Trance states can actually be highly useful because they can help you not become nervous when speaking or perform better and this is why trance states are so effective for those who have glossophobia because using hypnosis can make the person more relaxed which means that it allows the person to have better control of themselves in order for them not to mess up on their performance or even make mistakes. The reason why a person will make a mistake or mess up on their speech when they are in front of an audience is because they are too worried about what to say that they forget what they were going to say.

   A common relaxation technique is the anchor (a small object). When you have glossophobia and you need to perform at some point, you can use your anchor as something that makes you feel safe. You can also use techniques such as visualization which makes it easier for someone to relax before performing. If a person is trying to distract themselves from the fear of public speaking, then they should try and do this before the performance and do this for about twenty minutes to give them more time than usual to become relaxed before performing. Visualization is a great way to gain confidence in performing in front of a large audience and it can also reduce stress by assisting a person in thinking about the speech instead of focusing on their thoughts. The one key to using these relaxation techniques is that you need to be consistent with doing it regularly.

   These are some of the ways that you can use to control your glossophobia. If you are having a difficult time in controlling your fear of public speaking, then it is best to consult a professional who can give you more information on how to control it.

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