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  1. Excitement before a performance is a natural, instinctive, natural state.
    According to research (I don't remember what) scientists, the fear of public speaking is on the 2nd place after the fear of death.

    Man is essentially a “herd animal” or, in other words, a social animal. It is very important for a person to be in his pack. If an animal is rejected by its pack, it is doomed to die because it cannot defend itself from predators, or it will feed on its own.

    So when we go on stage, we assume that if we perform poorly, we will be rejected by our pack and we will be doomed to perish.

    Naturally, this is wildness and this will not happen to you, you will not die, and you will not even be pelted with tomatoes. The very realization that nothing terrible can happen to you should already calm you down.

    Fear leads to the release of adrenaline in the blood, which leads to rapid heartbeat, trembling in the knees, confusion in thoughts, reddening of the skin, this is due to the fact that there is too much adrenaline. Try to help the body get rid of an overabundance of adrenaline, for this you can walk, squat, wave your hands, give your muscles a load. You can retire and make faces, the plasticity of the face will help you.

    Go to the fear, go to meet him, and as soon as you meet him, in a second, you will continue on your way, and he will continue on his, and fear will be at your back. Go and do what you're afraid of, and in the next second you'll feel better.

  2. In some movie, there was an idea to transfer all the tension and excitement to a regular paper clip in your hands. It really helps someone if you hold something in your hands.�

    Healthy anger also helps, mainly at yourself.

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