Trusted, Effective Treatment for Fear Of The Cold.
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 that – for anyone who is determined – fear of the cold 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 the cold significantly improved, maybe even gone within a day
- Absolute anonymity and complete discretion
- Clients in 70+ countries have put their trust in CTRN
How Do You Get Started?
CD’s and Workbook $147 or Download for $137
• Start Instantly with Online ‘Quick-Start’
• Privately Work at Your Own Speed
Custom Program Developed for you by Your Expert Practitioner
• Flexible Appointments with Board-Certified Practitioner
• Wide range of Proven Techniques to Eradicate Your Fear
How This System Works
It is all about learning to redirect your unconscious mind, which sounds like a lot but is easier than you may think. On the surface, you know that this business with cold doesn’t make sense. But the fear remains because, with even just a thought of cold, your subconscious mind triggers fear and other negative emotions.
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 are here to teach you on how to use the right techniques to vanquish the fear forever. Interested in putting these techniques to use?
Process to Overcome Fear of The Cold: Treatment Versus Cure
Would you be surprised to learn that this system is not a treatment or a cure? The key to this program is knowing that you are the one who will be making the changes. We are here purely to teach, and to hold your hand as you walk through the procedure that enables you to make it happen.
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. You have dealt with these emotions haunting you long enough. Harmful thinking isn’t helping – you need to make some serious changes now.
Instigators and Risk Factors for Fear of The Cold
The root cause of Fear Of The Cold is often (but not always) traumatic incident in the past. The fear can be manufactured by the brain, in some circumstances, with seemingly no foundation. The key is digging down to the source and replacing negative associations with more positive emotions. Those most at risk are:
• Those who have a general predisposition for fear and anxiety
• One who seems to be ‘high-strung’
• People suffering from adrenal insufficiency
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Indicators That You Need Assistance
Use our 2 minute Fear of The Cold Online Analysis to discover the magnitude of the problem for you, but it is pretty simple. The time to act is now, if this phobia is causing negativity in your life.
- Does the thought of Cold make you nauseous?
- Do you instantly get dry mouth and moist palms?
- Does your heart begin to pound?
- Do your legs go weak?
Those are just a few of the symptoms. Click here to learn more about the symptoms of fear of the cold.
We not only help you deal with the symptom you experience, but we find the cause. This is what we do
Prescription Drugs & Medications
We feel drugs and medication for Fear of The Cold aren’t the best approach, but make sure you always follow a doctor’s advice when taking or stopping any prescription. Meds may seem to help in the short-term by temporarily improving your symptoms, but the problem is that they can never cure the core issue of the fearful patterns of thinking that are the automatic reaction to cold and which trigger the intense feelings of fear.
There is no drug specifically for Fear Of The Cold – and with so many potential side effects, who wants to risk taking medication as a solution?
The good news is using our methods, you’ll overcome Fear Of The Cold, without the use of any meds..
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