Fears Eliniated with New York Hypnsois
Fears and phobias, enough to scare the bejesus out of you. Phobias are an irrational fear, a fear of a fear, not a real fear. Which means the stimulus doesn’t have to be present to evoke the resulting symptoms. Sometimes just the thought, the imagination or the hallucination of the mental irritant will cause one to panic, hyperventilate … simply put, freak out.
Fear of Heights Phobia Hypnosis - This is one of the strangest phobias because according to the Medical profession, it is learned. Research points to Native American Indians who have no fear of heights and because of that, occupy many jobs where being on high scaffolding, buildings, or bridges make them the suitable employee.
Overcome Phobia with NYC Hypnosis
The National Institute of Mental Health says in their empirical research (however they tabulate their results is surely uncertain) that almost 20 million American people are suffering from one or more phobias. Now, that’s a scary thought to me. But again, its just a statistic, there could be millions more or less as the body is able to produce a phobic response in milliseconds.
Acrophobia, which is the Fear of Heights.
When that thought of being up high, on a mountain, or in an elevated building elicits a fearful or phobic or panicky response.
Claustrophobia – Fear of Small Spaces, like in an airplane, elevator or enclosed room
Especially when a door is closed or there is a perceived fear one will not be able to escape.
There is a large range of responses t
Nyctophobia – Fear of the Dark or more aptly put, Fear of the Unknown.
Take away our sense of sight which many rely so heavily upon and put someone in a familiar situation and the scenario takes on a new meaning.
We know respond by shifting to other senses which may not be preconditioned to respond in a resourceful manner.
All of these phobic responses are basically a response mechanism. An attempt to protect the organism, even if the protection is not beneficial or hurtful.
These are just the top (again, according to scientific studies which again are fallible) phobias. We will discuss more in future blog posts and examine the strangest, most bizarre phobias: Like a fear of Santa Claus, peanut butter or nose hair. Yes, anything visual, auditory or kinestetic can evoke a phobic response.
Hypnosis at our NYC Hypnosis Clinic is used to desensify the phobias by replaying them with your adult wisdom in a way that allows you to experience life with that of an adult mind.
Learn about Phobias and how they affect you