Hypnosis and Study/Exam Nerves.

by Derek Ayre


Entering a hypnotic trance can help your study by improving memory, concentration and examination nerves by guiding you into a relaxed and improved state of confidence. The purpose of the hypnosis whether by hypnotist, self-induced or by recording, is to convince your subconscious mind that you can easily focus and remember the required information for an examination.

The hypnotic process also helps to counteract a tendency to procrastinate on study by introducing a self-image of commitment to do whatever it takes to pass that exam.

Hypnosis, particularly self-hypnosis with an audio CD (for details   ) can be helpful for those who find the discipline too difficult in the beginning. And there are times when visiting a registered hypnotherapist would be highly beneficial.

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