Deal With Your Fear Through Specialized Therapy
Anxiety and fear are the typical human response. Still, when irrational fear and anxiety become frequent patterns in your daily life, they can affect your relationships and disrupt your career and personal life. When this fear and anxiety start causing harm to your physical and mental health, you will find yourself avoiding things that might trigger this fear. Fear therapy by a reputable therapist can help you get out of this condition to help you live a healthy, fulfilling life.
It is necessary to understand the symptoms to know whether your fear is manageable or not. Some common symptoms of fear include:
- Unable to “turn off” your thoughts, feeling unfocused and overwhelmed in everyday life.
- Avoiding social interactions or phone calls.
- Constant feeling of tiredness even after sleep.
- Feelings of anticipation, dread, hopelessness, or emotional distress.
- Medicating with substance abuse.
- Panic attacks.
- Physical symptoms like stomachaches, muscle tension, or increased heart rate.
- Withdrawing from close friends and family members.
Dr. Joseph Lancaster
Dr. Lancaster believes that fear, phobias, and paranoia can be debilitating. Therapy can help in examining and addressing the fears. Through fear therapy, I try to understand what is causing fear in the patient and put fear into perspective. This helps me set realistic expectations for the future. Treatment is necessary as persistent fear may lead to stress, anxiety, worry, and other mental conditions. Talking about your fears with an experienced therapist can help you clarify and resolve them. Feel free to contact us today!
Frequently Asked Questions
Fear is an emotional reaction to something that appears dangerous or if you are afraid of something
You must learn more about your fear and use your imagination positively. Focus on breathing, practice mindfulness, and connect more with nature. If you think you need professional help, you can contact a fear therapy specialist.
When you recognize fear, a small organ in your brain called the amygdala alerts your nervous system and sets your body’s fear response into motion.
Fear is a natural, powerful, and primal human emotion that involves biochemical and emotional responses.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is often used to treat simple fears so that you feel less anxious