Browsing: Phobias

8 Things That Create Public Restroom Anxiety

Did you know that toilet or restroom phobias are more common than we think? Clinicians classify these phobias as anxiety disorders and a form of social phobias. Business establishments have an obligation to provide and maintain clean restroom hygiene which is a direct reflection on their overall customer service ethic.

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Effective and Safe Herbal Remedies for Phobia

The anxiety disorder phobia is characterized by delusions, choking sensation, chills, hot flushes, breathlessness etc. With the help of natural remedies such as lime, ginseng root, lavender oil, passion flower extract or kava herb, the symptoms of phobia can be controlled to a great extent. Supragya Plus is another efficacious ayurvedic tonic that strengthens the nerves and resolves the nerve associated problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, palpitation and much more. The standard dose for consuming this herb is twice a day. People with severe phobia should begin with having the formulation thrice a day and later lower it to twice a day with signs of improvement.

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Don’t Let Your Fear of Escalators Keep You From Your Favourite Music Store

Your favourite band’s brand new limited edition album is going on sale at your favourite music store in the next 3 days. Because there are limited stocks you have preordered but you must pick up your copy personally from the store. The store is on the 3rd floor of a department store. The lifts are broken, the stairs are blocked and you have a fear of escalators. What are you going to do.

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What Does Phobia Mean?

After working with many people in my consultancy with such problems I have found all phobias to be a form of post traumatic stress. A traumatic event does not have to be something someone experiences personally. It can be something they heard from somebody else or it can be something they saw on TV or at the movies.

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Agoraphobia and Soclal Phobia

Agoraphobia and Social Phobia affect thousands each year. Here we look at a cold case and treatment.

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A Brief Introduction to Manage Phobias

Fear of an object or a situation is a very natural human emotion that all of us undergo on a day to day basis. The basic difference between a normal fear and phobia is that, a phobia is kind of an unreasonable fear that is not associated with evidence and that would subside eventually over a period of time. This kind of irrational fear generally does not have an impact on the quality of the person’s life. People with phobias try to avoid what they are scared of. If they are not able to ignore it, they undergo various physical and physiological complications.

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EFT for Fear of Driving

Fear of driving can be crippling for years and seem intractable. EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is often very effective in healing this phobia and helping people to drive again without fear.

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My Experience of Selective Mutism in School

Selective Mutism is a phobia of speaking. People affected by Selective Mutism cannot speak when in the grip of this phobia. This is my experience of this debilitating phobia in the school environment.

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Conquer Your Fear of Spiders

Do you have a fear of spiders and wish you could do something about it? Hypnotherapy may well be the answer.

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Why Clowns Are So Scary?

With clown attacks hitting the headlines, many people are learning to fear the garish make-up and red nose of the circus buffoon. But phobia of clowns has existed for many years. What is there about clowns that is so frightening for so many people? In this informative article, a leading UK psychotherapist discusses why clowns can produce feelings of dislike and fear.

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