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James Malone, New Jersey's Life Enhancement Hypnotist, specializing in stop smoking programs, reducing unhealthy fears, and managing the stress of life-changing health problems. In practice since 1995 and certified in Medical Hypnosis and Mindfulness Meditation. Self-help educator and author. Please call (732) 714-7040 or use the form below to request your free, confidential phone consultation.


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  • An experienced practitioner with over 20 years of experience, James Malone has learned the most direct ways to help you let go of the past and move forward. His experience has taught him that each person is special and unique, so a creative and inspired approach is taken during every hypnosis session. 
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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Exam Nerves?
Exam nerves or test anxiety can be a real bear to deal with. You put in the time and effort to study, complete all of your assignments, but when it comes to test time BLANK!

Over the years I have encountered many individuals who found test anxiety impaired their ability to pass important academic or professional exams, leaving them feeling stuck and frustrated. Large amounts of time, money and effort have been expended only to have a test stand in the way.

What is going on in these situations?

To begin, its helpful to consider a psychological concept known as state dependent memory which states that a memory is best recalled when a person is in the same state of consciousness as when the memory was first formed.

Situations where real or perceived danger is present activate the body's fight or flight mechanism where stress hormones such as adrenaline are released. As the name suggests this response will prepare you to run or fight but at the same time will impair your ability to think and act with care and precision.

This is why the military, law enforcement and other organizations that frequently operate under highly stressful conditions will structure their training exercises to be as realistic as possible. Its one thing to carry out a complex task in a calm environment and still another when fear and anxiety is present because of real or simulated danger.

Now with test anxiety one possibility would be to somehow make your study time as stressful as possible. But I imagine this would be kind of difficult to pull off, not to mention unpleasant!

The better option is to learn ways of manage and modulate your tension levels through hypnosis so they don't get out of hand at crunch time.

Why hypnosis?

Hypnosis deals directly with the automatic responses of the unconscious mind. Its not like you walk into an exam room and purposefully decide to get nervous.

And you may have found that logically trying to reason fear away doesn't work too well either. The subconscious mind is imaginative and emotional, so a different approach is called for.

A customized, 3 session program usually works best in these situations and the modest investment involved often makes all the difference. A free, confidential phone consultation is available, call (732) 714-7040.
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