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Cure your flying fear with hypnosis

Many people suffer from phobic fear of flying. The fear is mentally based and arises from how we think about the situations that can occur during a flight. Hypnosis changes the way you react quickly.

How does hypnosis go against fear of flying?

Hypnosis starts with finding new ways of thinking that are related to fear. Turn thinking patterns from fear and fear into a positive experience. You will notice that at the first session you will think in a new way and soon the fear of flying will weaken. You can take a flight without any hassle.

What do you get out of hypnosis for fear of flying?

  • You get rid of your fear of flying
  • You take control of yourself and enjoy the flight
  • You are coached and given access to more techniques to remove the fear
  • You get a way to prevent and remove the fear of flying forever
  • You don't have to be scared and feel trapped anymore

Hypnosis is well tried and will help you. The method gives you experience, effective hypnosis, strategies and visualization to remove the fear of flying.

Why do we suffer from fear of flying?

A common reason is that fear of flight arises when we become parents. Having children means responsibility for another person. We are strongly committed to protecting our children and therefore we avoid what we believe could threaten their safety. If you have been on a turbulent flight, fear may arise. We convey that turbulence does not pose any risk to the aircraft but understanding that it feels uncomfortable.

What different aviation fears are there?

Fear can contain several things. Feeling of being trapped and fear of panic. Afraid that the aircraft is not safe and that the flight itself will not go well.

So, worrying about more than flight is causing fear?

Fear can come from phobias such as social phobia (being close to others and maybe eating on board) claustrophobia (confined spaces) acrophobia (heights) emetophobia (afraid of feeling ill and having to vomit).

How many are affected by aviation

Avoidance creates problems for many people. About 25% of Swedes report some kind of fear. Fear can take on different expressions, from absolutely refusing to fly to feeling uncomfortable before and during the trip. This can result in a person refraining from flying and this in turn limits life. No vacations or visits to people who live far away. Traveling is difficult, but many still choose to fly when it is comfortable, goes fast and is the safest way of travel. It is difficult for anyone who is scared to accept. There is the opportunity for everyone to overcome fear of hypnosis.

How do I go about healing myself?

Start by informing you, not only about airplane fear, but also about how airplanes work and how you can fly a plane. It can help reduce the fear as you get information about regulations and how safety is handled. However, avoid reading too much about accidents. It can have the opposite effect even though air accidents are not common.

You can search facts and information on the internet if you do not want to buy books on the subject. It does not have to be expensive to inform yourself about aviation and aviation.

There are various soothing exercises you can do during a flight. Breathing exercises are good and they can be learned via instructional videos or CDs found in bookstores and stores online.

You should avoid coffee and alcohol as consuming these drinks may increase the fear of some people.

Try to find something that makes you think about something else, read, listen to music or anything else you like to do.

Learn several aerial therapy exercises that you can switch between and, if necessary, replenish with new exercises.

Why is there not the same fear of driving a car, for example?

Man cannot fly, but we are on earth. Being in the air can therefore feel strange and difficult to understand. When the brain reacts emotionally rather than rationally, it can also be difficult to absorb the statistics, which show that it is more dangerous to drive than to fly. There is a hundred times more risk of an accident with a car than flying.

The safety work around a flight is great, everything from the plane being in good condition to the fact that pilots and personnel are well trained. Between landing and takeoff, the aircraft undergoes a large number of routine checks. In addition, wings and engines are automatically controlled, which makes flying the safest way to travel. The safest place to be in turmoil in a country is in the air in a plane. Safer than being in their home or work.

Should the person distance himself or face his fears?

Important to remember not to let fear control your life.

A phobia consists of a seriously erroneous notion of non-existent threats. So the advice is to go against the fear. It is important to get the right tools to overcome it.

New attitudes and understanding and ways of relating are tools to overcome fear. Everyone can be affected and it is important that you quickly grasp and work with fear because fears tend to spread to other parts of your life.

What can passengers do to make the trip comfortable?

Learn to relax! You do not have to hold onto the armrest. Sit comfortably and breathe slowly with deep breaths. Comfortable clothing facilitates. When you find the hibernation, the feeling of resistance and the will to escape disappears. It is good to avoid excessive intake of what stimulates the body such as alcohol, coffee, soft drinks and sweets.

Try to stay active maybe eat something, read, listen to music or watch a movie. If the flight is long, think about it in smaller stages and think positively instead of worrying about something happening. If it becomes a turbulent flight, listen to relaxing music. It is important not to let the brain be flooded with emotional emotions without finding thoughts that are logical and rational. The music makes you calm and can make you think rationally and make you understand that there is no threat.

You take a first step and acknowledge that you feel uneasy and out of balance and you decide to react. It prevents you from getting into anxiety and panic. In hypnosis, we release a rubber band on the wrist to remind the pain of relieving the anxiety.

A second step is focus on breathing. Methodical abdominal breathing causes the body to relax, and you get easier access to your thinking part of the brain.

Relaxed muscles cause the emotional state to disappear and you can sink deeper into a relaxing state.

Finally, the state of calm should be maintained. To get the thinking part of the brain in control you need repeat a positive image that helps you to keep your calm. The emotional part of your brain is then helped to understand that flying is nothing to be afraid of.

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