Get Rid Of Nerves Once And For All… Before They Ruin Your Sex Life

Get Rid Of Nerves

Say goodbye to this if you don’t shun those nerves.

I’ve talked about something called approach anxiety before which is an incredibly tough area for a lot of guys to get over. But today I want to touch on nerves in general. Approaching women can cause you to be nervous, but what about asking for the number? Going on a first date? Going for that first kiss? Sleeping with her?

For some men, it can get waaaaaaay to uncomfortable and they just break down mentally.

If you’re a nervous person who gets jittery and sweaty when you are forced out of your comfort zone, then you’re going to have a very hard life indeed. Today I want to change that, I want to show you some techniques and strategies for calming your nerves and eventually getting rid of them once and for all.

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Why do we get nervous?

During stressful moments (I.e approaching a girl, taking her back to your place for sex etc) our brains send a signal from the pituitary gland, down to the kidneys where the adrenal gland is. It’s in this moment, that adrenaline is released. This causes muscles to flex, pupils to dilate, faster heartbeats and those butterflies in your stomach.

This is known as the “Fight or Flight” response. But here’s the funky part about this response. Whether you’re being chased by a group of thugs who want to beat the crap out of you or you’re approaching a victoria secret model. The exact same feelings happen. Isn’t that crazy?

Here’s an awesome video to explain more…

How to clam your nerves

There are several techniques you can use to calm your nerves and the more you use them, the easier you will be able to control them over time. So you’ll get to the point where you won’t really feel nervous at all.

WARNING: This does take work, so don’t expect it to happen over night, because it won’t. You need to work at this for months, if not years before you see an improvement.

1. How do you feel physically? – Start keeping a journal of how you are feeling physically. Are your muscles tense? Are you shaking? Do you feel sick? Light headed? etc. Notice the signs and squash them by changing your body language, focusing on a positive outcome and writing down what you want to happen.

2. Break your pattern of thoughts immediately – Your mind will race to keep you in a loop of negativity. Not because you have a bad brain, but because it wants to protect you. So you must stop those thoughts from going any further by breaking your pattern of behaviours.

For example, when you’re nervous you might start to pace or grind your teeth. Do something that will snap you out of that thought process. Like listening to some upbeat music, reading some of your favourite quotes, speaking to a friend who is always positive.

3. Challenge your beliefs – The moment you begin to think thoughts that are leading to you becoming nervous (fearful thoughts of what might go wrong) stop yourself and begin challenging your thoughts out loud. Why am I thinking like this without any proof of it happening to me in the past?

4. Use meditation regularly – Studies have shown that meditation is one of the best ways to reduce stress and calm your nerves. If you practice it on a daily basis, you will notice the effects almost immediately. Your mind will stop searching for ways to sabotage your success and you will begin to think more clearly about realistic situations.

What else can you do?

There are several things (based on real science) that you can do to calm your nerves. The key here is to try them all and see what works for you. When it works… KEEP DOING IT!

  • Hypnosis – Whether self induced or using a practitioner. Hypnosis can work wonders if you’re a suggestible person.
  • Use breathing techniques – Breathing can slow your thoughts, your heart rate and your nerves. Controlled breathing is a very useful tool.
  • Write down your nervous thoughts – What are you really thinking when you’re nervous? This can be a great tool for spotting your madness.
  • Focus only on the present – The present is what you can change now. The past is impossible to change, so it’s pointless thinking about it. Keep repeating that to yourself and you will begin to feel a new sense of calm.

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