Overcoming Nervous Nature And Unable To Focus With The Other Person?
I often study when I’m nervous, or my eyes can’t focus on the person I’m talking to. And usually, I often speak wrongly. For example, when asked to read a book, I sometimes miss a word. And sometimes it’s like I gasp when I speak. How to solve it, and what made me like that?
Nervousness is a normal thing that everyone experiences. It can appear when we are in a new place, a new atmosphere, will be tested, under pressure or maybe in public.
What you can do is:
Calm yourself when you are nervous Take deep breaths to help calm yourself Be more confident to be calmer Keep practicing so you get used to it
If indeed what you are experiencing continues to happen and gets worse, then you may have several things that might be a factor, such as:
Panic attacks Social phobia Depression
Panic attack is a condition where a person can feel various symptoms such as sweating, chest pain, dizziness, nausea, shortness of breath and others that can appear in conditions that may be scary, uncomfortable or dangerous for the sufferer. Social phobia is a condition in which a person will feel and appear symptoms when the sufferer is in the condition of many people, whether it is speaking in public, or in a crowd. Depression is a mood disorder that can affect the patterns of thinking, feelings and daily actions, causing the complaints you experience.
If there is an abnormal tendency, it's a good idea to check with a doctor. Later you will be examined directly to determine the condition, and the doctor will help you and provide appropriate therapy, which can be in the form of psychotherapy, habit therapy or maybe drugs.