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SIX EASY WAYS TO CALM YOUR NERVES

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How stay cool, calm, and collected in stressful situations. 

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Whether it’s a blind date, a karaoke performance, or a presentation in front of the bigwigs, you want to stay cool, calm, and collected.

Here are 6 easy ways to instantly relax in any high-pressure situation.

1. GET PUMPED UP

Saying “I’m excited” right before anxiety-inducing activity may help you perform better, according to a 2013 study from the American Psychological Association.

By verbalizing your enthusiasm, your mindset shifts from negative to positive, explain the researchers.

2. SIP SOME LIQUID COURAGE

Drink 8 ounces of water an hour before you fire up your PowerPoint slides or meet your date at the restaurant. 

Mild dehydration can affect your mood, energy, and ability to think clearly, which may make you even more nervous, according to a University of Connecticut study.

3. PUT ON YOUR HEADPHONES

Listening to relaxing music right before a stressful activity can tamper down your autonomic nervous system faster than if you tried to calm down in silence, according to a PLOs One study.

4. STRIKE A POWER POSE

The right body language doesn’t just project confidence—it also tells your anxious brain to take a break.

Power poses lower your levels of the stress hormone cortisol after just two minutes, say researchers from Columbia and Harvard.

Lean back in your chair, kick your feet up onto your desk, and interlace your fingers behind your head with your elbows wide.

5. CLENCH YOUR FIST

Athletes who repeatedly squeeze their left fists before competition are less likely to underperform or “choke” during games, finds a study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology.

6. COLLECT COMPLIMENTS

You’ll have more success in a job interview if you read positive notes from friends and family beforehand, according to a Harvard study.

That’s because you feel more confident when you feel as if a crowd is rooting for you, say the researchers.

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