Chemophobia? It’s Over.
Feelings of dread? Overwhelming thoughts? Rapid heartbeat? Tunnel Vision? Or worse? Since 2002 we have worked with countless folks from all walks of life and we know for sure: there’s no question you can overcome chemophobia.
Here is what we offer:
- Chemophobia significantly improved, maybe even gone within a day
- Privacy and complete discretion
- Clients in 70+ countries have put their trust in CTRN
How to Get Started
CD’s and Workbook $147 or Download for $137
• Start Immediately by Downloading Now
• Go at Your Own Speed in the Privacy of Your Home
Customized Program with your own very Experienced Practitioner
• Private Sessions with Board-Certified Specialist
• Highly Developed System to Permanently Overcome the Underlying Fear
How the Program Works: Getting Over Chemophobia
You’ve got to ‘re-wire’ your unconscious mind – and with our help its easier than you may think. You know that Chemophobia isn’t working for you. But the fear remains because, with even just a thought of chemicals, your subconscious mind triggers fear and other negative emotions.
Getting rid of those automatic feelings isn’t hard – you just need the right techniques for changing your reaction to your personal set of chemicals-related triggers. We’re here to teach the techniques to you. Are you ready to learn and utilize these techniques?
Would you be surprised to learn that this system is not a treatment or a cure? As much as we’d like to wave a magic wand and ‘cure’ you, it’s actually up to you to change how you feel. We’re going to walk you through the process that helps you re-program that tricky subconscious thinking.
This process has proven procedures for overcoming rage, fear, depression, remorse and feelings of apprehension and helps you gain self-assurance, peace and happiness. 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.
Chemophobia Risk Factors and Triggers
Chemophobia in many (but not all) cases is triggered by a nasty experience in the past. Your fear may also seem to come out of no where – with no memory you can think of. You resolve this issue by discovering the source and trading the negative correlations with positive ones. People who are at the greatest risk include:
• Those with a tendency to feel anxious and panicky
• Ones who are characterized as ‘high-strung’
• If you experience adrenal insufficiency
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Tests, Symptoms & Diagnosis
To find out the gravity of the problem for you, use our 2 minute Online Assessment for Chemophobia Online Test although it is fairly clear cut: 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 Chemicals?
- Do your palms get clammy and your mouth feel like cotton?
- Does your heart begin to race?
- Do your legs feel as if they will give way?
These are just a few examples of symptoms people can experience. If you want to understand more about the symptoms of Chemophobia, click here.
We can help you get rid of not just the symptoms, but the cause. Our goal is to have you get rid of the root cause of the fear.
Drugs and Prescriptions
While you should always follow your doctor’s advice with a drugs and medication for Chemophobia, we are generally not in favor of using pharmaceuticals and recommend an approach that tackles the root cause of the problem, whether or not you choose to work with us. Drugs may produce a short-term improvement by masking symptoms, but they never tackle the core problem of the overwhelming automatic fear response to chemicals.
No drug has ever been developed specifically for Chemophobia, by the way – and with so many potential side effects, who wants to risk taking medication as a solution?
The good news is with CTRN you will overcome Chemophobia, without prescription pills..
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