Shyness & Social Anxiety
I have always been a shy person and rather quiet when first meeting someone; but, lately, whenever I get anywhere around a large group of people, I become more nervous than ever. My heart begins to race and, lately, it’s gotten so bad that I have a fear of fainting when I'm with others. I seem to all of a sudden feel hot and sweaty and then feel sick to my stomach? Is there anything you can do to help me?
Your problem is not unusual, but it is often a well-kept secret by the many people who suffer from such issues. It can be solved. And hypnosis is a powerful tool for helping do so. Hypnotic methods are especially helpful in assisting a person to be more outgoing, to overcome social shyness, and to become more confident within oneself. When that happens, the fear of fainting in groups and other uncomfortable feelings should cease. Some people seem born “shy”, but most shyness comes from school days and the experiences children have with one another and their teachers. Perhaps releasing the cause would release the problem itself.
Locate a good hypnotherapist in your area, and they will do the rest. You might find it the most helpful to get a therapist who knows how to get to the root of the problem.