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Irrational Fear – Phobia’s and associated anxiety and perhaps Panic Attacks can be quickly and effectively treated with advanced hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)  and the Emotional Alignment Technique in Mandurah, Perth, Bali and World-Wide via Skype.

Everyone has something that sometimes frighten us or make us uneasy. Although we may try to avoid those triggers that make us feel uncomfortable, we generally manage to carry on with life.

However, some people have very strong irrational, involuntary fear reactions that lead them to avoid common everyday places, social situations, animals or objects even though they know logically there is no danger. The fear does not make any sense, it is illogical.

Most individuals understand that they are suffering from an irrational fear, but are powerless to override their initial panic reaction.

When confronted with the feared situation, they may experience a panic attack, the spontaneous onset of intense fear that makes people feel as if they might stop breathing and pass out, or have a heart attack and die.

People who experience these seemingly out-of-control fears have a phobia.

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Phobias are persistent irrational fears of specific objects or situations, with a strong desire to avoid what you fear and, in some cases, an inability to function at normal tasks in the job and in certain social settings.

There are three types of phobias. They are;

  • agoraphobia (such as large, open spaces where there are few places to hide),
  • social phobia (such as fear of other people, performance anxiety etc) and
  • specific phobias (such as spiders, snakes, dogs, water, insects, flying, heights, confined spaces etc).

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Somewhere between 10 to 20 per cent of people suffer from at least one significant phobia, world-wide. Some experience multiple phobias. It is the most common mental disorder among women and the second most common in men.

Normal reactive anxiety is like feeling queasy inside the crawl space of an unexplored cave or old mine, or taking off in an airplane during a tropical lightning storm.

A phobia is like turning down an invitation to a cousins wedding because it will be held in a multi-story building that involves using a lift, or turning down a holiday opportunity because it involves air travel.

The severity differs from one individual to another. Some individuals can simply avoid the subject of their phobia. Others find that the level of fear is so high they cannot function normally.

I had a client come to me for help because when driving she could not turn to the right. She could turn left. She could go straight ahead, and she could reverse. She was desperate to escape her uncontrollable fear of turning right. Although she had studied the map before, and planned a route, she was late for her appointment, because she was driving around in circles trying to get to the clinic. Her fear of turning right was controlling her life, and driving her half crazy.

Another client told me he feared his own reflection. He had no mirrors in his home. However, he could not control seeing his reflection in shop windows and puddles of water.

In the past, phobias were treated with time consuming, therefore expensive, sometimes traumatic, and often unsuccessful systematic desensitization methods. Other methods of control included: denial, dissociation or distraction.

They were coping mechanisms that never really overcame the problem.

Symptoms can be temporarily treated with drugs, such as the commonly prescribed benzodiazepines, which include Valium (diazepam), Xanax (alprazolam), Klonopin (clonazepam) and Ativan (lorazepam). But the side effects cause deeper problems, such as drowsiness and addiction. Again, they are only coping mechanisms and never overcome the problem.

The risks of addiction is very very real. Remember no medication can be considered safe in all circumstances, and it is important to review your medications with your doctor from time-to-time. It is never a good idea to quit any medication without first consulting your doctor.

You need never suffer from the debilitating effects of a phobia (intense irrational fear) and the associated anxiety (elevated worry) and panic again, there is a better way.

Peter Zapfella has created a range of advanced hypnosis treatments, using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Emotional Alignment Technique, in Perth, Mandurah, Bali and world-wide via Skype, to overcome the root cause of irrational fears, so you can quit phobias forever! Quit Irrational Fear – Phobia’s

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