Don’t Let a Phobia Of Dream Keep You From Living Your Life.
Does phobia of dream have a serious impact on your life? It may not seem possible, but after more than a decade working with the most severe fears and phobias we know that – for anyone who is determined – phobia of dream can always be overcome.
If you are now ready to have this over and done with, here’s what you can expect from us:
- Phobia of dream significantly improved, maybe even gone within a day
- Privacy and complete discretion
- We’ve helped people from 70+ countries vanquish their fear
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• Flexible Appointments with Board-Certified Practitioner
• Sophisticated Suite of Techniques to Remove Underlying Fear
How This System Works
You’ve got to ‘re-wire’ your unconscious mind – and with our help its easier than you may think. Consciously, you know your phobia of dream doesn’t make logical sense. If it did everyone would have it. The reason the fear continues is because the subconscious has connected it to a wave of dominant negative feelings which occur automatically when you even think of dreams.
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?
Process to Overcome Phobia of Dream: Treatment Versus Cure
We don’t, in point of fact, ‘treat’, nor do we ‘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 are here purely to teach, and to hold your hand as you walk through the procedure that enables you to make it happen.
This system is going to help you overcome anger, sadness, fear and other negative feelings and help you replace those feelings with more positive ones. Why keep living your life with negative emotions when you can easily change them? You can decide that it’s time for the negative feelings to change.
Risk Factors & Causes for Oneirophobia
In most cases, Phobia Of Dream (although not always) is triggered by an extremely negative encounter from the past. Your fear may also seem to come out of no where – with no memory you can think of. The key is digging down to the source and replacing negative associations with more positive emotions. Persons that find themselves at greatest risk:
• Those who have a general predisposition for fear and anxiety
• One who seems to be ‘high-strung’
• Someone who deals with adrenal insufficiency
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Indicators That You Need Assistance
Use our 2 minute Phobia of Dream 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.
- Does the thought of Dreams make you nauseous?
- Do your palms get clammy and your mouth feel like cotton?
- Does your heart begin to pound?
- Do your legs feel as if they will give way?
Those were only a handful of examples of the feelings you might suffer. Click to find out more about the symptoms of phobia of dream.
We help you with the symptoms, as well as find out the basis for them. That’s why we’re here
Drugs and Prescriptions
We strongly believe that drugs are not a good solution for any Oneirophobe, but you should always follow your physician’s advice with regard to drugs/meds and Phobia of Dream. A pill can sometimes act as a quick fix and may seem to help briefly but will not allow you to be free of the fear.
There is no drug specifically for Phobia Of Dream – and with so many potential side effects, who wants to risk taking medication as a solution?
The good news is with our program, your Phobia Of Dream will be history, without resorting to meds..
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