The Answer to Fear Of Slope. Fast, Effective and Guaranteed
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 slope can always be overcome.
Here is what we offer:
- Fear of slope significantly improved, maybe even gone within a day
- Absolute anonymity and complete discretion
- We’ve helped people from 70+ countries vanquish their fear
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• Confidential Sessions with Board-Certified Specialist
• Highly Developed System to Permanently Overcome the Underlying Fear
How the Program Works: Getting Over Fear of Slope
It is all about learning to redirect your unconscious mind, which sounds like a lot but is easier than you may think. Consciously, you know your fear of slope doesn’t make logical sense. If it did everyone would have it. Yet the fear perseveres only because your subconscious has ‘linked’ the thought of stairs or steep slopes to a bunch of strong negative feelings – which get brought up automatically every time.
Until now, you just haven’t had the techniques for re-programming those connections. We’re here to teach the techniques to you. Success is on the way – all you need to do is get started:
Here’s the thing, our system does not treat or cure your fear. The key to this program is knowing that you are the one who will be making the changes. 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. Why keep living your life with negative emotions when you can easily change them? Harmful thinking isn’t helping – you need to make some serious changes now.
Where Your Fear of Slope Comes From
Fear of slope in many (but not all) cases is triggered by a nasty experience in the past. The fear can be manufactured by the brain, in some circumstances, with seemingly no foundation. By exposing the root cause, you will be able to remedy the problem by easily exchanging harmful triggers. Individuals utmost at risk are:
• Individuals who are predisposed to feelings of worry and anxiety
• If you are jittery, edgy, sensitive, nervous
• Someone who deals with adrenal insufficiency
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Diagnosing Your Phobia
Use our 2 minute Fear of Slope Online Analysis to discover the magnitude of the problem for you, but it is pretty simple. If this phobia is having a significant negative impact on your life, its time to do something about it.
- Do you become sick at the simple thought of Stairs Or Steep Slopes?
- Does it trigger a dry mouth and clammy hands?
- Does your heart rate instantly sky-rocket?
- Do you feel as though you are unable to stand?
These are only a few examples of the things one can feel. Read more on the symptoms of fear of slope.
We address the symptoms, but we uncover the source, to eliminate them both. This is what CTRN is all about
Medications & Prescribed Drugs
The use of drugs and medication for Fear of Slope is not encouraged in our program because they generally mask the problem, rather than tackling the cause. The root cause of being Bathmophobic is an unconscious mental association that links stairs or steep slopes to powerful feelings of fear. Meds can mask the awful feelings for a while, but never break the mental patterns at the core of the problem
There is no drug specifically for Fear Of Slope – When looking for an answer, maybe you should think about possible side effects before turning to prescription drugs.
The good news is using our methods, you’ll overcome Fear Of Slope, without the use of any meds..
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