I’ve helped hundreds of people to abolish their anxiety and there is one sure fire anxiety busting thing that I get each and every one of them to put in place.
Some may think it is too simple yet each and every one of them who does it regularly soon starts to appreciate how they can quickly lower anxiety.
So what is this sure fire way to start feeling calmer and more in control?
Do you have a needle phobia and fear of injections? Along with dentist fear and driving fear, this is one of the most common things I help people successfully overcome.
You may have been able to successfully avoid needles up until now – but then you find you need one, perhaps at the dentist, or for a blood test or to go abroad, and all that fear of injections is right there (as you probably knew that one day you would have to face it but that was always for another day….). So what can be done to end the fear of needles?
Social anxiety can strike in any situation where you are around others and need to interact. And it can be particularly acute if you feel you can’t escape such as in a meeting or when speaking in public.
So here I share a simple technique that will help start to soften the grip of your social anxiety.
With social anxiety there is that underlying fear and worry about what other people may be thinking about you – that fear of being judged or criticized. And that fear generated those what ifs – what if I mess up , what if I say something stupid or dry up, what if they think I’d weird or an idiot and so on.
Do you have a dentist fear? Maybe the thought of going to the dentist fills you with dread and fear, and it may be that you have managed to avoid going to the dentist for years.
But then when you do need to go to the dentist, maybe because you’d damaged a tooth or have tooth pain that needs checking or work, you feel scared and panicky about the whole dental experience.
And whether your fear is about injections, having dental work done, the drill, the dentist or the whole thing, in this article I’ll share how you can start to abolish your dental fear.