Getting rid of phobias for a calmer life.
Phobias are illogical fears that are a lot more extreme than a general perception of fear. Phobias can be attached to any scenario, person (like dentist) or object, and the sufferer experiences a strong psychological reaction each time they are exposed to the phobic trigger.
In their minds people with a phobia will perceive the object of their phobia as posing inappropriate amounts of danger and respond accordingly. People that do not suffer with the same phobia are likely to think that the fear is silly mainly because they tend not to perceive the object as posing the same amount of danger.
Simply thinking about the object of their fear is enough for a severe sufferer to actually feel anxious and panicky.
Keep in mind, we all have fears and dislikes, but it is when these phobias start to interfere with day to day life that it tends to be known as a phobia. Clearly, some phobias are so obscure that they don’t influence life too much, but even so, they still may create avoidance behaviour – like not wanting to fly in an airplane.
Phobias are regularly separated into two main categories. Complex and Simple Phobias. Simple phobias are where a person has a direct fear of a particular object or being like birds, spiders, lizards, clowns, planes or buttons. Complex phobias have different facets to them like agoraphobia, white coat phobia and social phobia these can frequently be caused by deep rooted beliefs about themselves and the environment around them being more dangerous than it is actually.
Phobias are really common and most of them are astonishingly easy to resolve. Most phobias result from a traumatic event or incident that occurs in childhood that is surrounded by trauma and anxiety, and then evolves into a deep seated irrational fear.
Simple phobias ordinarily respond very quickly to the use of hypnosis because it works on the subconscious where the root beliefs reside. Hypnotherapy processes enable the sufferer to identify and change the root of the issue at the subconscious level. Hypnosis allows the subconscious to learn new, more helpful responses, and this is why hypnotherapy is such a successful and long term solution.
If you have found your life is being impacted negatively by a phobia, it could be time for you to consider hypnosis so you can get rid of that fear, and start living the life you deserve to lead.
Sally Moore from Sally Moore Hypnotherapy based in Woodhall Spa & Lincoln, Lincolnshire has helped numerous clients effectively in dealing with phobias.