Hypnosis For Claustrophobia
Claustrophobia is an irrational fear of being in a confining situation. This may have you avoiding movie theaters and public transportation like trains and plains. This may preclude you from taking vacations it involves getting on an airplane. Some people experience claustrophobia in MRI medical scanners and can’t benefit from this medical diagnostic device. Some people with claustrophobia cannot drive or be the passenger in a car and taking an elevator. Fortunately, using hypnosis for claustrophobia is available to you with a visit to our Rockland County, NY hypnosis center in New City. Fortunately, hypnotherapy is an extremely efficacious modality for putting an end to this life-disrupting problem.
Your claustrophobia probably developed from a past experience where you felt confined and trapped. Frequently, it can be traced to a single event in your childhood when you experienced an extremely confining situation where you felt closed and trapped in without an easy way to escape. From thereon afterwards, when you had to face similar situations it created fear and anxiety, and when you actually had to experience this environment, it caused you severe anxiety and panic, whereby your heart raced, you sweated excessively, maybe even fainted.
With hypnotherapy for claustrophobia, we can reeducate your subconscious mind and lead you to make more rational assessments of the perceived dangers of any of the common environment you previously avoided. You will be able to experience a greater sense of safety and relaxation, with your better outlook on those no non-threatening activities. All the past activities that filled you with fear and anxiety, which you sought to avoid, will be yours to enjoy.
Call to schedule your session of hypnosis for claustrophobia with our Rockland County, NY hypnotist, Jeffrey Rose, and let us help you lead a life completely free of your former fears.
The Advanced Hypnosis Center of Rockland County is conveniently located in New City, NY 10956 – Call today and conquer claustrophobia now!