How to manage Stress for interviews and
1. Think positively: don't jump to conclusions about people's reactions
Do not forget to use the positive thinking skills that you have been practising up to the event on the day itself. Tell yourself you can do it and try not to jump to conclusions about how people appear to be reacting to you. Some people may look stern or uninterested, when they are actually just concentrating very hard on what you are saying.
2. Prepare strategies in case you feel overwhelmed
Do something that will distract you from the frozen state. You could change your posture or focus your gaze just above peoples' eyes for a few seconds which may help you to collect your thoughts. If you are really stuck you may need to ask for a short amount of time to concentrate because you have lost your train of thought through nerves. People are generally supportive and will think more positively if they see you trying to gain composure.
Imagine the whole interview process before the actual thing.Visualise yourself being confident and doing a great job.Think of the interviewer as a friend, not a foe.Remind yourself of your strengths.Remind yourself of your purpose in getting the job: it can be anything from developing your skill sets to even providing for your family.