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How To Reduce Anxiety During Public Speaking

  This post takes a look at how to reduce anxiety during public speaking. Phobia around public speaking can feel like a very real danger and it can have you drying up, making you feeling really stressed out, anxious, doubting yourself and even forgetting your words. In this article, I’m going to outline few tricks and tips that will help you to reduce anxiety during public speaking. Breathe all the air out of your lungs, pull your stomach in and pull all the air out. Keep breathing out and hold it until your body demands that you breathe back in. When this happens, relax your belly, lean forward and place your hands on your thigh and aim to breathe as deep as you can back into your lungs. As you breathe in, take it slowly to get the air back to the lungs. If you can do this a few times just before you go to speak, be it in public presentation or to a large group of audience, then you will be able to reduce anxiety completely because you're no longer feeding yourself with too much o
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