Panic attacks are without a doubt amongst the top worries of anxious flyers, but if one should unfortunately strike whilst you’re up in the air, a bit of useful advice on how to handle it and ride it out without angst.
This kinder, less critical way of looking at and treating yourself, overcoming the self-judgmental attitude based on beliefs such as "I must always improve" and the fear of fragility directly associated with "failure" .
"Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing" utilisies the human nervous system's ability to process information to digest those experiences that have marked patients - whether large or small - thus reducing the symptoms that they generate in the present.
Many fearful flyers ask themselves why even after flying repeatedly they still can't seem to shake their aerophobia.
There's a very simple explanation: When you've had traumatic experiences related to...
What really happens during therapy to effectively overcome the fear of flying. When the intervention is aimed at rooting out aerophobia and not just mitigating its symptoms, It involves three main stages.