Chronomentrophobia and fear of clocks
Different people call Chronomentrophobia by different names. To learn more, click on whichever name is closest to the one you use.
The long-term solution to extreme fear of clocks isn’t just to get rid of the ‘surface’ – the chronomentrophobic symptoms. You need to get to the root of the problem, the patterns of thinking that consciously or unconsciously are always behind the fear.
- The 'VIP' Chronomentrophobia Program. One-on-one help with a chronomentrophobia specialist. Learn More
- Our home study program Vanquish Fear & Anxiety for Chronomentrophobia. Learn More
Causes & Chronomentrophobic Symptoms
There can be a variety of causes and symptoms of chronomentrophobia. To learn more follow one of the links above.
Drugs & Medication
While you should always follow your doctor’s advice with a href=”//chronomentrophobia/medication-and-drugs/”>drugs and medications for Chronomentrophobia, we are generally not in favor of using pharmaceuticals and recommend an approach that tackles the root cause of the problem.
The root cause of being Chronomentrophobic is an unconscious mental association that links clocks to powerful feelings of fear. Meds can mask that link, but can never break it. (That’s what we help you do).
Discover more about chronomentrophobia, its causes and cures, follow one of these links: