Trusted, Effective Treatment for Slope Fear.
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 have yet to come across someone with a case of slope fear that couldn’t be overcome.
If you are ready to put this behind you once and for all, here’s what we offer at CTRN:
- Significant progress overcoming slope fear in just 24 hours
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- Clients in over 70 countries around the world
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• Sophisticated Suite of Techniques to Remove Underlying Fear
How CTRN Programs Work
You’ve got to ‘re-wire’ your unconscious mind – and with our help its easier than you may think. On the surface, you know that this business with stairs or steep slopes doesn’t make sense. 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.
Up to now, you have not had the techniques to reprogram those connections or feelings, so they feel out of control. 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?
Unlike other solutions, we don’t promise you a cure for your fear. Modifying your awareness is a technique you have to learn to master for yourself. Quite simply, we are here to hold your hand through this method of self-empowerment.
This process has proven procedures for overcoming rage, fear, depression, remorse and feelings of apprehension and helps you gain self-assurance, peace and happiness. No one should have to go through the continuous suffering you are experiencing. Harmful thinking isn’t helping – you need to make some serious changes now.
The Triggers and Factors that Cause Your Fear
You may have correctly assumed (although there are always exceptions), that your Slope Fear is triggered from a past experience. In some cases, the mind has seemingly, without basis, created the fear. You resolve this issue by discovering the source and trading the negative correlations with positive ones. People who are at the greatest risk include:
• People with a general tendency towards fear and anxiety
• If you are jittery, edgy, sensitive, nervous
• People suffering from adrenal insufficiency
Any of those portray you? You can see testimonials from individuals who know our our capability to make a difference.
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How to Know If This System is for You
You can use our two minute Slope Fear Online Test to determine the problem’s severity, but it’s really pretty simple: Do something about it now, if the fear is having a sizable negative influence on your way of living.
- Do you become queasy at the smallest idea of Stairs Or Steep Slopes?
- Does your mouth go dry and your palms get sweaty?
- Does your heart begin to pound?
- Do your legs go weak?
Those were only a handful of examples of the feelings you might suffer. Click to find out more about the symptoms of slope fear.
Not only do we deal with the symptoms, we locate the foundation. This is what CTRN is all about
Drugs and Prescriptions
The use of drugs and medication for Slope Fear 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
No drug has ever been developed specifically for Slope Fear, by the way – 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 with our help, you will conquer your Slope Fear, without drugs..
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