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Fear of being sick – Emetophobia

Fear of being sick - Emetophobia

feeling sickThis fear is one of the most common phobias. It is debilitating for anyone suffering with it.  People with this fear tend to avoid public places where there is a likely incident such as a pub or a restaurant. These people will make great detours to avoid such places. For people who have young children it is even more distressing as they cannot cope with their child being sick. The majority of people I have worked with are in a constant state of tension because of it. This fear also makes people avoid situations where they could catch a disease.

It often develops during childhood during some incident that the child interpreted wrongly in some way. During regression a person can remember such incidents and thus release tension attached to it but also start interpreting the event through the eyes of an adult. With some clients I use NLP techniques to neutralise the fear (one particular method, if my client can remember the event that caused the phobia in the first place, can work in minutes!).

I often use EFT, which involves tapping on different acupressure points on the body, to eliminate the phobia.

These methods (and others which I have in my ‘tool bag’ including hypnosis) mean that a phobia like this can be reduced and released very effectively. You do not have to suffer for the rest of your life. You can become free of this life-inhibiting fear.

If you live in East Yorkshire, Hull or Beverley, let me help you with hypnosis, EFT and NLP techniques.

Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia Help with Hypnotherapy

claustrophobia HelpMany people seek hypnotherapy to help them overcome irrational fears and phobias. These fears can be debilitating and impact the quality of life. Hypnotherapy is an excellent way to release unnecessary fears. Claustrophobia is a fear of being in an enclosed space, a fear of not being able to escape when wanting or needing to. It is common for this to end in a panic attack or in acute anxiety.

The sufferer may experience it as feeling trapped and unable to breathe. Sometimes people can get away with it for a long time. However, there comes a point when it needs to be overcome, for example when needing an MRI scan or maybe wanting to go away by airplane, etc.

There is no need to live with a fear like that and claustrophobia can be cured completely with the right treatment. Sometimes in hypnosis it’s possible to work on the roots of the phobia (ie something in the past that has caused it) and release it, with other clients I might use NLP techniques to neutralise it. Some of my clients have experienced great benefit from using EFT, which can also help to let go of phobias.

I tend to tailor my approach to the needs of the individual client, depending on their ability to go into hypnosis (some people are very good at hypnosis, as they have a natural ability to go into trance). Always, the aim is to allow my client to be free of the phobia and its limiting fears as quickly as possible.