JOASH EVAN T. TINGSON BSCRIM 3C
Hematophobia: An abnormal and persistent fear of blood is called hematophobia. Sufferers of this very common phobia dread the sight of their own blood, the sight of the blood of another person or an animal, and sometimes printed or filmed images of blood or even thoughts of blood. Blood may remind them of their own vulnerability to injury and of the eventuality of death.
Through modern advanced hypnotherapy techniques you can live your life as you were intended to live it - free from anxiety and upset when it comes to blood.
Necrophobia, is also known as Fear of Death and Fear of Dead Things. It is a surprisingly common phobia. If you have this phobia, you can suffer from panic attacks, and it may cause you to isolate yourself from your family and friends. Symptoms include: shortness of breath, rapid breathing, irregular heartbeat, sweating, nausea and an overall feeling of dread. Your fear of dead things is created by your subconscious mind, and it is a defense mechanism that makes you avoid certain situations. Probably, sometime in your past, you experienced a moment when a death or seeing a dead thing caused you lots of emotional trauma. In other words, you probably had the stuffing scared out of you by some real-life brush with death or something dead! This may not always be the case, though, as some people experience this phobia after seeing something really grisly on TV or in a movie.
Hypnotherapy helps to reprogram your subconscious "programs" that may be part of your fear. When these programs are "de-bugged" the symptoms of Necrophobia often are minimized. However, some people don't like the feeling of loss of control in allowing someone else to play with their personal "software". Hypnotherapy is save and works fast.
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