Are you one of those people whose career or vacation time suffers because you can’t handle getting on a plane? Do you have to drug yourself senseless with valium, lorezapam, Gravol or other anti-anxiety medications just to get to the airport?
If you have motion sickness, popping ears or simply a disabling terror of getting on a plane then the advice in this new guide can help you get over it!
Learn short term remedies as well as long term strategies for getting past your difficulties with flying without having to take brain fogging drugs! Your fear of flying does not have to be forever! Tell those people who are telling you your “aviaphobia” is “all in your head” that you are made of the right stuff to fly!
What you will learn:
- Stories about famous people who share your fear of flying
- How the media (newspapers and television) contribute to our fear of flying
- How to develop a trust in the crew that is flying the plane
- How to recognize the physical symptoms of anxiety which include sweating, dizziness and abdominal cramps
- How to train your mind to be more logical about getting on a plane
- How journaling your fears might help you triumph over them
- How a technique called progressive relaxation can help you manage the dread of getting on an airplane
- How turbulence in a plane triggers the vestibular system in the inner ear
- How antihistamines can help combat air sickness
- Why you should always be careful when taking diphenhydramine as it could potentially lead to a heart attack and coma
- And much more…