What causes the fear of flying?
The fear of flying is an anxiety disorder with symptoms that range from a slight nervousness to extreme panic. Most experts are not 100% certain what makes people fearful of flying, however it seems to be caused by a mixture of genetics and life experiences, including:
- A fear of heights
- A worry about turbulence
- Concerns about being over water
- Being in an enclosed space
- Not comfortable with crowds
- Concerns about hijackings
- Loss of control
Tips To Reduce Your Anxiety
- Know exactly what to expect when flying
- Understand airline statistics and how safe flying actually is
- Get to the airport early and unwind in the lounge
- Calm yourself by listening to comforting music
- Divert your attention by reading a book or watching a movie
- Stay alert and in control (Avoid alcoholic beverages or sedatives
Soothe Your Thoughts With Guided Imagery
Guided Imagery is a powerful "mental
imagery" technique that awakens your imagination. As you relax you become receptive to a series of pleasant thoughts, images and feel-good emotions that eventually replace your negative thoughts with positive experiences about flying.
Guided Imagery is a powerful form of therapy that is used by mainstream psychologists to decrease pain, lower blood pressure, accelerate weight loss, and reduce anxiety.
About Flying Phobia Master
Flying Phobia Master contains two powerful 40-minute Guided Imagery Therapy sessions, designed to help you control your fear of flying.
As you listen to a combination of relaxing music, visual images and carefully prepared scripts, you'll enter a relaxed state that allows your mind to open up to a renewed sense of confidence and calmness.
After 30 to 40 days of regular listening, you should experience:
- Deep relaxation
- Thoughtful meditation
- Increased mindfulness
- Improved learning
- Enhanced memory
- Stress relief
- Decrease in anxiety
How to use Flying Phobia Master?
For best results, listen to the first audio recording for a minimum of 10 minutes each day for 30 to 40 days before flying. Simply concentrate on Lynn's voice as she takes you on a visual journey that helps to lessen the negative thoughts you have about flying.
The second audio is designed to help you cope with your anxiety on the day of your flight. You should continuously listen to Lynn's soothing voice as you travel to the airport, board the plane, and fly to your destination. The peaceful music and guided imagery will decrease your anxiety, reduce your strees levels, and restore your sense of confidence and safety.