by Eli Bliliuos
Statistically, you are far more likely to die in a car crash than a plane to crash. If you flew on a plane every day, it would actually reduce your chances of dying. Unfortunately, rational statistics seldom make a difference for phobias. From a fear of public speaking to flying, our phobias are rarely rational.
For many people, a fear of flying is not a problem. If you rarely need to travel, you may never have to get on a plane. For others, a calm flight is a necessity. Work projects and family events may make flying necessary. It may be impossible to take part without getting on a plane.
Can You Conquer a Fear of Flying?
While it may seem impossible, you can enjoy a calm flight. Many people have recovered from their flying phobias through hypnotherapy. Without help, this phobia can be costly. A few hours on an airplane can take days to travel by car. Hundreds of dollars are wasted by avoiding the airport. Rather than waste money, some people use tools like hypnosis.
Over time, a fear of flying can restrict your career, social life and happiness.A Gallup poll shows that 10 percent of people are afraid of flying. Breathing exercises and therapy may help. The real problem is the individual’s mind. You believe that flying can harm you. No amount of breathing will suddenly change this.
To enjoy a calm flight, many have resorted to extreme measures. Some need sedatives to knock them out for the flight. Other people pretend to fly using virtual reality. There are self-help guides. There are phobia gurus. Out of all these options, the one method that shoes the most promise is hypnosis.
Does Hypnosis Help a Fear of Flying?
While a fear of flying may be irrational, knowing this does not stop you from feeling afraid. You may feel jittery, anxious or panicked at the thought of flying. Even when you want to fly to a vacation hot spot, your fear gets in the way.
Hypnosis is a highly effective way to feel comfortable while flying. Like any phobia, a fear of flying is rooted in your subconscious. You may have had a traumatic experience or watched a plane crash. Whatever the cause, your mind is trying to protect you. It thinks that flying is dangerous. Thus, the fear is created to warn you away from flying.
To conquer your fear, you must address it. Hypnosis finds out what triggers that fear in your subconscious. Over time, a hypnotist helps to reprogram the mind so that you are no longer afraid. Your mind relearns positive truths about flying. As a result, you can escape from your long-held fear.
With hypnosis, you can enjoy a relaxing, calm flight. This safe treatment is completely natural. It quickly ends fear through methods like visualization. Before long, you are able to fly when you want to. Debilitating fear no longer holds you back. Your mind relaxes completely. Because of this, you are able to enjoy your flight.
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