If you, or a loved one, are scared of dogs, then you know about how your life is limited by your fear. Being out and about in parks or open areas can cause you to feel uneasy at the prospect of there being a dog somewhere in the vicinity. The great news is that you can overcome your irrational fear easily with hypnotherapy by revisiting the original event in hypnosis that caused you to become scared of dogs and calming your fear back then so that you can be free of you fear of dogs today and forevermore.
Fear Of Dogs- Where Did It Begin For You?
There are so many possibilities as to how you can acquire the fear of dogs. Perhaps you were bitten by one at some stage, or maybe it was just that a dog barked angrily and frightened you. Maybe it was a fear that your mother or father or a family member passed on to you as you observed how scared they were and learned to be just as scared. It could be something just as innocuous as a dog jumping up on you that was enough to cause to to produce fear or phobia reactions.
Fear Of Dogs – Your Fear Symptoms
Most people who have a fear of dogs experience the usual fear reactions such as
- elevated heartbeat
- laboured breathing
- tightness in the chest or stomach
- sweaty palms, etc.
These effects can range from mild to severe. These symptoms can be brought on (or triggered) by the sight of a dog, or a particular breed of dog, or by the sound of a dog barking or panting, or in other ways that are completely individual to you.
Effective Treatment With Hypnotherapy
The really good news is that fear of dogs can easily be overcome using hypnotherapy to convince your subconscious mind that dogs are no longer the perceived threat that they used to be. The number of sessions required depends on the severity of your fear and can be discussed on a case to case basis.
You can free yourself from the fear of dogs and permanently overcome your phobia with the help of Cork’s leading Clinical Hypnotherapist. Call Paul today on 086 2666670 or CLICK HERE to enquire online or to arrange a free callback.