Physical Fears

Being diagnosed with a phobia can lead the way for treatment. The treatment can help get to the root cause of the phobia and aims to teach the mind new responses as well as offering relaxation and visualisation exercises.

Physical fears

Fear is a vital response to physical and emotional danger—if we didn’t feel it, we couldn’t protect ourselves from legitimate threats. But often we fear situations that are far from life-or-death, and thus hang back for no good reason. Past traumas or bad experiences can trigger a fear response within us that is all too often hard to quell.

A phobia is an excessive and irrational fear reaction. If you have a phobia, you may experience a deep sense of dread or panic when you encounter the source of your fear. The fear can be of a certain place, situation, or object. Unlike general anxiety disorders, a phobia is usually connected to something specific.

The impact of a phobia can range from annoying to severely disabling. People with phobias often realize their fear is irrational, but they’re unable to do anything about it. Such fears can interfere with your work, school, and personal relationships.

– Fear of Blood

– Fear of Doctors and Dentists

– Fear of Fainting

– Fear of Falling Over

– Fear of Fear

– Fear of Inserting Contact Lenses

– Fear of Talking on the Telephone

– Fear of Vomiting

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