When Claire came to see me she told me all about how her fear of flying affected her life. She would dread the prospect of flying for weeks beforehand, she would struggle with her fear during the flight itself and would then spend her holidays worried about the upcoming flight back rather than enjoyng herself. Now that she had children, she was worried that they may pick up on her fear and start to learn to have their own fear of flying.

Fear of flying can turn what should be a wonderful holiday into a draining anxiety-ridden ordeal. Even before the flight you may run many scenarios over in your mind of what may happen - and all those 'what if's' only add fuel to your fear. The fear only increases if you catch any stories in the news about things happening to planes.

And all that fear and anxiety is even before the flight itself, where the anxiety levels may rocket as you wait at the airport, only to increase further when you get on the plane, take your seat and await take off.

Many people try using medication or alcohol to numb some of the anxiety, yet often even that isn't enough to stop the fear taking hold. And even if you do force yourself through the flight, there is still the daunting prospect of repeating the whole ordeal on the return flight to contend with.

Ending Your Fear of Flying

With a flight to see friends already booked, Calrie was desperate to find some respite from her anxiety when she came to see me.

Here is what she had to say about her fear of flying after coming to see me:

 

Having ended her fear of flying Claire can now look forward to many, many holidays abroad where she can enjoy time with her family.

Best wishes

Dan

Hypnotherapy Ely. Cambridge, Newmarket

www.danreganhypnotherapy.co.uk