Symptoms of Stage Fright – Agoraphobia

Symptoms of Stage Fright

You may have one, two, or all of these symptoms.

• Sweating palms
• Dizziness
• Dry mouth
• Tight throat
• Increased heart rate/pulse
• Nervous tension in the stomach (“butterflies”)
• Nausea and vomiting
• Shortness of breath
• High, squeaky voice
• Cold hands
• Trembling lips
• Uncontrollable shaking
• Weak and/or trembling knees
• Tightness in the chest
• Wobbling vibrato in the voice
• Disorientation
• Short term memory loss (forgetting lines, lyrics, key presentation points, etc.)

If any of these symptoms define your symptoms and feelings, read the post on this Blog. There are simple solutions hidden in some of the Posts. If you do the reading and research you will find them.

If you do not have time to read all the posts on this blog, I have an eBook for sale that will immediately help you and includes a long term strategy as well to deal with your fears.

Most of what you seek is in condensed form here on this Blog, actually in summary form, to help you get quick and long term relief from agoraphobia. I am a long term student of agoraphobia because on occasion, I get weak knees, too. :>)


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