Exam Stress Hypnotherapy

Many people will suffer moments of stress and often feel overwhelmed when having to sit an exam. Many of us will also be able to recall how nerve-racking it can be to take a test. Weeks before the exam, we can experience the sensation of butterflies in our stomach. Our palms get sweaty, our hearts race and we fear our memory will let us down.

When we think of the need for exam stress relief, we usually think of the GCSE or A Level student suffering from a touch of worry before the big day, but in reality exam stress can be an extremely upsetting condition affecting a vast number of people.

Feeling stressed and anxious before an exam is expected and feeling nervous is a natural emotion. Lots of people will find these feelings a motivator and a way to focus on the task, but some of us will find the pressure overwhelming. When these feelings become intense, they can threaten performance. Sometimes the stress can cause a person to achieve below their true potential. The anxiety caused by exam stress can manifest in many different ways: from loss of sleep and changes in appetite through to quite serious gastric problems and illness.

Exam Stress Hypnotherapy is the perfect way to release stress and create new positive study habits such as a good memory re-call. Your mind knows the exam information the hypnotherapy will help you to recall it easily and correctly on the day of the exam feeling more in control and relaxed.

Exam Stress Hypnotherapy is a common method used for helping control exam nerves as it can help boost confidence and reduce feelings of anxiety. It can help you develop the ability to access the calm state of mind needed to sit an exam, or cope with a potentially overwhelming situation.

We provide support for all those experiencing exam stress of any kind and seeking stress relief. The approaches used are suitable for everybody from GCSE age upwards through to degree level and all stages of professional development.

Exam Stress Hypnotherapy techniques are used to help reduce anxiety, and to assist with controlling worry and rumination leading to welcome exam stress relief. We also look at methods and techniques to help with focusing on scheduled tasks in a constructive manner, and planning the necessary revision or work needed to achieve the best possible result.