How I can help you with your Fear of flying and other Phobias
If your phobia interferes with your normal daily life, or prevents you from doing things you would otherwise enjoy, it is time to seek help.
For fear of flying as well as other phobia treatments in both adults and children I use Hypnotherapy, NLP and CBT which are all widely recognized for their success in treating phobias. I also use mindfulness to help control the symptoms of anxiety associated with the phobia. A short course of therapy using these techniques is all that is usually required.
Although most commonly I see adults with fear of flying, anxiety in children and teenage anxiety can lead to a phobia developing. Common phobias that I have dealt with in children and teenagers are needle phobia, dog phobia, flying phobia and school phobia.
I am a specialist Mental Health Cognitive Hypnotherapist and Mindfulness Meditation Practitioner. If you are looking to solve your phobia quickly without any side effects then don’t delay call me immediately. Why suffer any longer when you could solve this problem once and for all?
Fear of Flying Phobia Treatment
Many people have one or two minor fears that could be called irrational but when a fear has become so intense that it interferes with normal day to day life it has evolved into a phobia. This is common with fear of flying and flying phobia.
A phobia is an excessively unreasonable fear of a situation or of something. You will go to extraordinary lengths to avoid being exposed to your fear. Typically you will experience symptoms of extreme anxiety. These may include
- Shortness of breath
- Abnormal or rapid heart beat
- Chest pain or discomfort
- Trembling or shaking
- Choking sensation
- Nausea or stomach upset
- Feeling dizzy or light headed
- Feelings of unreality or detachment
- Fear of losing control or going mad
- Fear of dying
- Numbness or tingling sensations
- Hot or cold flushes
- Fear of fainting
If you have a phobia you probably realise that your fear is excessive but still find yourself unable to control it. On being exposed to the object or situation that triggers your phobic response you experience feelings of anxiety and fear ranging from mild apprehension to a full panic attack.