Various occasions happen in life where needles are necessary. The fear of needles, also known as trypanophobia, is something that impacts a lot of people. Some people avoid needles due to a mild fear and others feel terror at the very thought of having to have an injection.
Are you afraid of needles? Whether you need a vaccination, are a diabetic, are going for a dental procedure, or are having surgery, the fear of needles can be a big problem for you, if it’s severe. Some people act completely irrational at the idea of being injected and if that’s the case with you or someone you love, the fear of needles could get in the way of your health and well-being (both physically and emotionally). Doesn’t it make sense to tackle something that’s impacting your life in a negative way on a regular basis?
Needles – A Top Ten Phobia
It probably seems like being cautious about an injection with a needle is a healthy fear to you. What if someone has the wrong medicine dosage? What if you have a negative reaction after a jab? Very often, the fear of needles and injections stems from childhood and a fear of being out of control. Some trypanophobics might joke that at least they have no chance of becoming an intravenous junkie. But in reality, their fear of needles needs to be addressed.
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Those who fear needles can feel paralysed with terror at the idea of being jabbed. It may stop them from seeking appropriate medical treatment, and this could be detrimental. Adults who aren’t able to overcome their fear of needles often pass it along to their children as well.
How NLP Can Help Needle Phobia
By utilising NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), you can change the way your brain reacts to needles. Very often, this type of fear is easy to pinpoint and easy enough to eradicate. By seeking help via self hypnosis recordings, or by sitting down with a trained hypnotherapist, you can quickly change the way you react to needles.
Visit Self Help Recordings to check out recordings that can help with various anxieties, fears, and phobias and / or the Just Be Well site for help with a needle phobia as well as to read testimonials from other former Trypanophobia sufferers.