Don’t Let a Autophobia Keep You From Living Your Life.
Does autophobia have a serious impact on your life? It may not seem possible, but after more than a decade working with the most severe fears and phobias we have yet to come across someone with a case of autophobia that couldn’t be overcome.
If you are now ready to have this over and done with, here’s what you can expect from us:
- Significant progress overcoming autophobia in just 24 hours
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- Clients in 70+ countries have put their trust in CTRN
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Getting rid of Autophobia: How It Works
It is all about learning to redirect your unconscious mind, which sounds like a lot but is easier than you may think. You know that Autophobia isn’t working for you. Yet the fear perseveres only because your subconscious has ‘linked’ the thought of solitude to a bunch of strong negative feelings – which get brought up automatically every time.
Getting rid of those automatic feelings isn’t hard – you just need the right techniques for changing your reaction to your personal set of solitude-related triggers. We’re here to give you give you what you need to take back control. Success is on the way – all you need to do is get started:
We don’t, in point of fact, ‘treat’, nor do we ‘cure’. YOU are the one with the authority to modify your perceptions. We’re going to walk you through the process that helps you re-program that tricky subconscious thinking.
The process educates you with exact steps on how you gain self-confidence, calm and happiness, as well as proven methods to overcome anger, sadness, fear, hurt, guilt and anxiety. No one should have to go through the continuous suffering you are experiencing. It is time for you to stop that cycle of negative thoughts.
Autophobia Risk Factors and Triggers
The root cause of Autophobia is often (but not always) traumatic incident in the past. The mind will, in some situations, generate the fear without an apparent cause. The key is digging down to the source and replacing negative associations with more positive emotions. Persons that find themselves at greatest risk:
• Individuals who possess tendencies of apprehension
• One who seems to be ‘high-strung’
• Someone who deals with adrenal insufficiency
Do any of these describe you? Click to read testimonials from those who have been through our programs.
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Diagnosing Your Phobia
Uncover the seriousness of the issue for you by using our 2 minute Test Online for Autophobia …however it’s pretty obvious: It is time to do something about the fear, if it is having a significantly negative effect on your life.
- Does the thought of Solitude make you nauseous?
- Does it automatically initiate sticky hands and a mouth that is made of cotton?
- Does your heart rate instantly sky-rocket?
- Do your legs go weak?
These are only a few examples of the things one can feel. Read more on the symptoms of autophobia.
We help you with the symptoms, as well as find out the basis for them. It’s what we’re all about
Drugs and Prescriptions
While you should always follow your doctor’s advice with a drugs and medication for Autophobia, we are generally not in favor of using pharmaceuticals and recommend an approach that tackles the root cause of the problem, whether or not you choose to work with us. Drugs may produce a short-term improvement by masking symptoms, but they never tackle the core problem of the overwhelming automatic fear response to solitude.
There is no drug specifically for Autophobia – so it’s hard to justify popping a pill as a healthy solution with all the uncertainty that surrounds potential side effects.
The good news is using our methods, you’ll overcome Autophobia, without the use of any meds..
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