Driving Test Nerves



 

Driving Test Nerves affect just about everyone who learns to drive. No matter how confident you feel about your abilities Driving Test Nerves can cause even the most competent to fail their test.

 

But don’t panic, having Driving Test Nerves is normal and necessary, we all need some degree of heightened awareness when driving, the key is in being able to safely and comfortable control those nerves.

Some of the symptoms you may feel during your test include some or all of the following

  • Sweating Palms
  • Butterflies in the stomach
  • Nausea
  • Dry mouth
  • Feelings of Panic

So how can Hypnotherapy help you with your Driving Test Nerves?

Passing your test is as much about being calm, relaxed and focused as it is about your ability to drive. It is very important that you take sufficient lessons and have plenty of driving practise to ensure you are a safe and competent driver.

Hypnotherapy helps you prepare mentally for your test. Deep relaxation techniques allow you to develop feelings of self-belief and confidence and this alone goes a long way to helping control your Driving Test Nerves.

You also learn how to relax immediately in any situation (a great skill not just for your Driving Test Nerves but also for any stressful situation in your life, one of the great secondary benefits of Hypnotherapy.)

In addition during Hypnotherapy you will use powerful visualisation techniques to rehearse and practise the test in your mind, re-programming your mind for confidence and success!
You will also be given an audio CD for you to listen to in the comfort of your own home and to further enforce the feelings of confidence in yourself and your driving abilities.

With these newly restored feelings of confidence you will be in full control of your Driving Test Nerves and looking forward to taking your test in a calm and relaxed manner, allowing you to become a safe and accomplished driver.

To book an appointment or just to find out more about Hypnotherapy can help you please call or email, details can be found on the Contacts page.