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Re: can someone help with advice?

Re: can someone help with advice?

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Posted by glade on October 02, 2000 at 02:59:05:

In Reply to: can someone help with advice? posted by Theresa on September 28, 2000 at 16:51:45:

a therapist once told me she went to a hypnotherapist in situations like that (so she would be sure to sleep enough before an important day) i guess it worked for her. however, i'd recommend seeing one who is also a licensed psychotherapist. biofeedback might help too--i don't know anything about it but it sounds likely. probably the obvious things are don't have caffeine or alcohol the day before the test and exercise a lot so you'll be tired that night. getting professional massage therapy that day, especially if it includes acupressure, could help. a relaxation tape might too--I've used those and they helped me relax on days I'd had a lot of stress. the main thing is to turn off your mind and that might require advance training in relaxation or seeing a hypnotherapist.




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