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16/Nov/2018

Why 6? Because it’s the magic number!

We have all been there – the fear of speaking in the public. The phobia of opening up in public is as common as a common cold (too much of common?). In fact, the fear of speaking in public is (hilariously) common than the fear of death; as put by a survey http://www.statisticbrain.com/fear-phobia-statistics/.

So don’t consider yourself an outcast if you just can’t open up in front of everybody as we are here to help. Follow these 6 tips which can reduce your fear of public speaking:

1. Preparation (but not procrastination)

Improvisation is certainly not your cup of tea if you are already procrastinating about the prospect of speaking out to all. The obvious of all things to consider is preparing a couple of days (or weeks!) rigorously before your big day. It is often said that practising in front of a mirror helps a lot (and is actually true). The greatest example to this would be Steve Jobs as he would spend days rehearsing on his presentations.

2. Pick up your mess, sort out your fear

As brilliantly stated by Matt Haughey in his “An Introvert’s Guide to Better Presentation,” https://medium.com/@mathowie/an-introverts-guide-to-better-presentations-be7e772b2cb5#.ldka74wqo the only way to come out of your fear of speaking in public is to understand the biology of it. It is very normal to be under pressure when there are hundreds and thousands of people staring at you while you speak. You can calm yourself by setting up a mindset that those curious eyes are not sticking around to judge you but to learn from you.

3. Relax!

Prior to your ‘big day,’ be sure to spend a healthy time and have fun. Go out with friends (or a date), watch movies and inspirational speeches. According to a study, listening to music (especially energetic-tunes) helps a lot in revving up. Read more at https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-power-prime/201005/sports-psych-techniques.

4. Play it cool, go easy!

The worst consequence that this phobia can impose is make you look like a robot while you are giving out your presentation. So cut some slack, loosen your shoulder, flex those muscles and take deep breaths. Most importantly, show humanness. In other words, be the real you and effuse authenticity, share your personal stories and even crack some jokes. Letting your audience get amused by your sense of humour which will make your presentation worthwhile.

5. Fun up your presentation

Don’t be a smartass and present your audience with supernumerary of information to the point that they get bored (and even pissed off!). To engage your audience towards the message that you want to portray, incorporate fun tidbits in between. Make your point short and easily digestible; this way you’ll save the day.

6. Be ready to make mistakes

Bear in mind that you are not an automated program and you are liable to make human errors. Don’t expect your presentation to go perfect, especially if it’s your first. To go pro in this department, you need experience and the more you present yourself out to the public, the better you’ll get in gaining popularity.

Best Psychiatrists in Kolkata

If these (carefully selected) tips still don’t help you in getting over with the fear of speaking in public, then consult with a psychiatrist. If you stay in Kolkata, consult with our expert psychiatrists.


16/Nov/2018

With people getting more tech-savvy, socialising has acquired a new definition.  Now, socialising doesn’t mean get-togethers with friends or family; but it means how many social networking sites you are active in. Social media addiction has grown up to such a level that people now update their status from the bathroom or prefers Facebook over a conventional chat. The problem is growing and needs to be addressed. Here are ways to deal with social media addiction:

Rehabilitation and Psychological Treatment

The first step is to admit that you are addicted to social media. Once you accept it, seek professional help from a good psychiatrist. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT has shown to be effective in dealing with social media addiction. It helps in evaluating your uneven thoughts, identifies the addictive behaviour and applies various behavioural strategies to address the issue. This therapy also helps you manage your emotions and improves your mood by reducing stress and anxiety. If you are seeking good psychiatrists in Kolkata, then we can help.  Get in touch with our experts at http://moneralo.com/contact-us/ and get rid of any addiction and mental issues.

Turn off notification

Notifications and activity updates from various social media sites keep your phone buzzing constantly. With all those sounds, you feel there are lots of things happening out there. This breaks your concentration and hampers your task in hand. Cut the distraction by keeping the notifications off. Check them when you have finished your work.

Limit your usage

Restrict the amount of time you spend on the social media. Choose a time limit depending on the severity of your addiction. For instance, if you spend 4 to 5 hours each day on social media restrict it to one hour. Set the timer on your watch or phone. Do not extend the time once it’s over. A strong willpower is what you need to kick this addiction.

Get a Hobby

Pick a new hobby. Learn a musical instrument, take up gardening or learn a new language. When you keep yourself busy in doings new things in your spare time, your online time will automatically decrease. Moreover, you can learn a new skill in between.

Apart from all these, try spending time with your family and friends. You do not need to document each moment but try making new memories and enjoying every bit. For any further assistance on any psychiatric issue, get in touch with us at http://moneralo.com/contact-us/.






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