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How can I stop being nervous all the time? I can't enjoy life to its fullest!

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Question - (18 July 2007) 10 Answers - (Newest, 27 May 2008)
A female United States age 18-21, *han14 writes:

I have a bad nerve problem. How can I stop being nervous all the time because it is stopping me from things I really want to do?

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (27 May 2008):

scream into a pillow as much as you can

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (14 May 2008):

well im allways nervos when i go to karate and i cant stop begin nervos because i got no friends there because im new and i really want a friend but how do i get one so i can have fun doing karate??

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (6 May 2008):

Yes,I have the same too.Its soo serious that when i have interviews i can't talk properly,my voice shakes when am talking to more than one person,i cant even chat to my hubbies friends as most women do.

Am making lots of research now...taking small steps at a time by always telling myself am not nervous,am proud and beautiful etc etc

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (12 January 2008):

i have the same problem. it is so bad that at times i have to vomit from feeling so nervouse.

i find just trying to breath really deeply and facing situations helps. all this relaxing helps for about 5 minutes then u get all tight inside again. its like you cant relax even in your sleep. you have to try and face what ur nervouse about do things u usually wouldnt it does help. it will just take time. dont push your body you know what your capable of!

good luck, i feel for you!

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (29 August 2007):

Think positive and say to yourself "I really can handle this." Do things you want to do. I also found that exercise really does help, it keeps ur mind free.

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A female reader, Shan14 United States +, writes (19 July 2007):

Shan14 is verified as being by the original poster of the question

Shan14 agony auntThanx for your answers

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A female reader, Beckto United States +, writes (18 July 2007):

Beckto agony auntGet to a psycharitrist! You may have a neurological issue that can be easily treated or addressed! It could just be a small imbalance that can be fixed easily. At the very least, having someone to talk about what makes you nervous might make you feel better.

Talk to your parents!

Take care, kiddo!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (18 July 2007):

I know what you mean. Being all nervous and shy is like having a barrier in front of you, it stops you from enjoying things confident people can do. Do you know when this nerves thing first started? And how? If it's due to something like bullying what you have got to remember is that bullies are people full of jealousy. The best thing to think is that the bullies are the ones with the problem (if bullying is the case) and just forget all of what they have said and done. Just think that you are great and don't let the bullies win. Nerves is what they want in victims so try to destroy them through thinking how great you are. It takes a long time to cure nervousness. If you can't do it on your own then why don't you phone a helpline?

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A male reader, kenny United Kingdom +, writes (18 July 2007):

kenny agony auntTake some time out by yourself, find a place where you are away from the outside world, turn your phone off. Just relax all the muscles in your body and concentrate on your breathing while thinking relaxing and positive thoughts about yourself. Sometimes its nice to do this with an incence stick burning.

Also try a Paul Mckenna relaxation CD for confidence & self esteem.

All the best x

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A female reader, jomana Egypt +, writes (18 July 2007):

jomana agony auntto start with, you need to have every day a time of your own just to realx. i have your same problem and i was advised to always talk to some one if something is bothering me. also try doing yoga. another thing, try telling yourself that you don't have a nerve issue and don't talk about it a lot because then you send orders to your subconcious not to feel so and by time you'll gradually change.

good luck

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