If you want to know how to stop social anxiety naturally please read this website. You don’t need to be held back by shyness or nervousness around other people. In this article we will look at what social anxiety is, how it affects your life, common causes and what you can do to stop being socially anxious.
Social Anxiety is a fear of social situations. “Fear” in this case is a word with a wide emotional spektrum: from an above average discomfort, to apprehension, worry, anxiety, fear or even panic. The most extreme form is referred to associal anxiety disorder.
If you have a social anxiety, you’re probably worried about what other people think of you, how they will respond to you and how they will treat you.
You might have noticed that I wrote: “an above average discomfort” – that already implies that many people can feel some sense of discomfort in social situations. So it’s not a very uncommon kind of fear – it’s just a intensified form of a very common fear that we are talking about here.
The causes of social anxiety are varied, and even the experts argue about it. But oftentimes it’s simply life experiences – or more precisely, the meaning we individually attach to certain life experiences at a very early stage in life – that make us prone to social anxiety.
When a person feel anxious around other people, the other people will notice that, even if just subconsciously, and it will have a negative effect on their social interaction. Then the socially anxious person “uses” this negative experience as a confirmation of his or her own shortcomings and feels even more anxious in another social situation, withdraws more from the interaction and so on. This is basically how social phobia functions. And of course, the more we avoid social situations, the more we dread them.
Stopping Social Anxiety Naturally
There are a number of pharmaceuticals that are commonly prescribed for social anxiety, but I don’t believe that’s the right approach to overcome social anxiety.
Herbalists recommend using Melissa Officinalis (lemon balm), Lavender, Hypericum perforatum or St John’s Worth.
There are other natural remedies for social anxiety too.
But ultimately it’s a thing in your mind – and you can change it from within your mind, without having to use herbs or supplements or anything at all other than the power of your own mind.
Hypnosis helps you to undo negative unconscious programming and instead enjoy yourself with other people.