The Answer to Cibophobia. Fast, Effective and Guaranteed
If just thinking it causes you to start to feel the fear, it’s time you did something about it. The good news is that we know for sure: there’s no question you can overcome cibophobia.
If you are ready to put this behind you once and for all, here’s what we offer at CTRN:
- A noticeable improvement, often a major one, in less than 24 hours
- Utter discretion
- Experience with clients in over 70 countries
How Do You Get Started?
CD’s and Workbook $147 or Download for $137
• Start Immediately by Downloading Now
• Work Privately on Your Own Time
Personalized Program Developed with Own Practitioner
• Confidential Sessions with Board-Certified Specialist
• Fast, Personalized & Proven System to Get Rid of the Root of the Fear
How Does the Program Work?
Bottom line? Your subconscious mind needs to be re-trained. You know that Cibophobia isn’t working for you. The fear persists because it is subconsciously linked to a mental trigger which sets off a whole range of powerful negative emotions – fear leading the charge of course – at even the slightest thought of eating. Its become an automatic response.
Getting rid of those automatic feelings isn’t hard – you just need the right techniques for changing your reaction to your personal set of eating-related triggers. We’ll help you learn this simple system to make the fear history. Are you ready to learn and utilize these techniques?
It’s Time to Vanquish Your Cibophobia: Treatment & Cure
Unlike other solutions, we don’t promise you a cure for your fear. YOU are the one with the authority to modify your perceptions. Quite simply, we are here to hold your hand through this method of self-empowerment.
The methods in our program will teach clear-cut steps toward gaining self-belief, peace and joy, as well as proven procedures to conquer your negative emotions. No one should have to go through the continuous suffering you are experiencing. Are you ready to interrupt the cycle of destructive thinking?
The Triggers and Factors that Cause Your Fear
In most cases, Cibophobia (although not always) is triggered by an extremely negative encounter from the past. In some cases, it appears the brain has produced the fear with no instigation. You resolve this issue by discovering the source and trading the negative correlations with positive ones. Those most at risk are:
• Individuals who are predisposed to feelings of worry and anxiety
• If you are jittery, edgy, sensitive, nervous
• People suffering from adrenal insufficiency
Do you feel as if even one of these represents you? Click to read testimonials from those who have been through our programs.
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How to Know If This System is for You
To find out the gravity of the problem for you, use our 2 minute Online Assessment for Cibophobia Online Test although it is fairly clear cut: Now is the point in time to take control, if the fear is considerably taking over your life, in a negative way.
- At the mere mention of Eating, do you develop nausea?
- Do you instantly get dry mouth and moist palms?
- Does your heart feel like it’s going to pound right out of your chest?
- Do your legs turn to rubber?
Those were only a handful of examples of the feelings you might suffer. Click to find out more about the symptoms of cibophobia.
We address the symptoms, but we uncover the source, to eliminate them both. This is what we do
Drugs and Prescriptions
We feel drugs and medication for Cibophobia aren’t the best approach, but make sure you always follow a doctor’s advice when taking or stopping any prescription. Drugs may produce a short-term improvement by masking symptoms, but they never tackle the core problem of the overwhelming automatic fear response to eating.
No drug has ever been developed specifically for Cibophobia, by the way – and with all the undetermined possible side effects, it is difficult to rationalize taking a prescription as the answer.
The good news is with our program, your Cibophobia will be history, without resorting to meds..
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