Stage fright is the anxiety, fear, or persistent phobia which many performer who that perform on the front of audience or facing camera. Context of public speaking, this fear is termed glossphobia, one of the most common of phobias in that case.
Symptoms of Stage Fright
- Rapid or irregular heartbeat
- Trembling hands and feet
- Tics and jerky movement
- Cold sweat
- Dry mouth
- Diarrhea and incontinence.
Prevent for Stage Fright
Keep in mind that you are a performer and you want to perform. Actors get nervous since they are making themselves susceptible before an audience of strangers. Don't forget, the good part of performing is sharing your craft with others, particularly on opening night.
Provide for on the other players and the audience expectation to remind you that performing is fun, exciting and one of the best natural highs in existence.
Walk around, dance crazily, skip or jump to loosen the body muscles and shake off physical tension. Flattering anxious will tighten the muscles, as well as the vocal cords.
Chuckle off nerves using whatever form of comedy works best for you. Whether you carry a joke in your pocket or a funny scene in your head, it's good to have amazing to make you smile when you feel tense. Laughter is a huge physical release and helps out relax the voice.
Think and fill like you are giving the performance of your life. For some people, adding the pressure can actually block out the nerves. Intent on the perfection of your presentation to the exclusion of all other thoughts can make stage fright and nerves simply disappear from your mind.
Do for yourself and only yourself. Forgetting the audience even exists works for some actors. Sentiment as though you are all alone on stage and there is no audience to heighten your anxiety works well for many actors with strong hallucination skills.
Dip yourself totally in your role and forget that you, the nervous you, still exists. The way actor who gives herself completely to the role does not have nerves. The actor has stage fright, not the character.