Don’t Let a Fear Of Drowning Keep You From Living Your Life.
If you’re like most people who live with this fear, you probably wonder if you can ever be rid of it. After 10 years working with people with the most severe phobias, we know that – for anyone who is determined – fear of drowning can always be overcome.
If you are ready to put this behind you once and for all, here’s what we offer at CTRN:
- Fear of drowning significantly improved, maybe even gone within a day
- Complete confidentiality and privacy
- Experience with clients in over 70 countries
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How the Program Works: Getting Over Fear of Drowning
Re-’wiring’ your unconscious mind is the key to this program – and its safe and surprisingly easy to do. Consciously, you know your fear of drowning doesn’t make logical sense. If it did everyone would have it. 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 water or drowning. Its become an automatic response.
You have not been able to prevent your feelings of fear because you have not been given the methodology to change your feelings and associations. We’re here to teach the techniques to you. Interested in putting these techniques to use?
Would you be surprised to learn that this system is not a treatment or a cure? YOU are the one with the authority to modify your perceptions. Our job is to educate you as you journey through this course to overcome your fear.
This system is going to help you overcome anger, sadness, fear and other negative feelings and help you replace those feelings with more positive ones. Time to say enough is enough. It is time for you to stop that cycle of negative thoughts.
The Triggers and Factors that Cause Your Fear
Fear of drowning in many (but not all) cases is triggered by a nasty experience in the past. In some cases, it appears the brain has produced the fear with no instigation. The answer if to uncover the deep-down source and replace those negative connections with positive ones. Those at greatest risk include:
• Those who have a general predisposition for fear and anxiety
• One who seems to be ‘high-strung’
• Someone who deals with adrenal insufficiency
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Diagnosing Your Phobia
You can use our two minute Fear of Drowning Online Test to determine the problem’s severity, but it’s really pretty simple: The time to act is now, if this phobia is causing negativity in your life.
- At the mere mention of Water Or Drowning, do you develop nausea?
- Do your palms get clammy and your mouth feel like cotton?
- Does your heart feel like it’s going to pound right out of your chest?
- Do your legs turn to rubber?
These are just a few examples of symptoms people can experience. Click to find out more about the symptoms of fear of drowning.
We address the symptoms, but we uncover the source, to eliminate them both. It’s what we’re all about
Drugs and Prescriptions
We feel drugs and medication for Fear of Drowning aren’t the best approach, but make sure you always follow a doctor’s advice when taking or stopping any prescription. A pill can sometimes act as a quick fix and may seem to help briefly but will not allow you to be free of the fear.
By the way – no one has ever developed a drug exclusively for Fear Of Drowning – and with all the undetermined possible side effects, it is difficult to rationalize taking a prescription as the answer.
The good news is using our methods, you’ll overcome Fear Of Drowning, without the use of any meds..
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