Neurolinguistic programming helps in the treatment of phobias
The phobia is an exaggerated and uncontrollable fear of certain situations or of animals and objects. It affects a large part of the population and can affect people's personal and professional lives, being one of the most studied psychological disorders in the world.
Women suffer more from phobias than men. This excessive fear can trigger tachycardia (increased heart rate), shortness of breath, excessive sweating, nausea, vertigo, chills, tingling, and other symptoms.
A phobia is an exaggerated and uncontrollable fear of certain situations or animals and objects.
Many people suffer from phobias and the most common cases are fear of plane, public speaking, driving, animals and social phobia. Who does not know a case of someone who suffers when they need to travel by plane or when an insect appears on their way?
But how to identify and treat phobias?
On the way to control phobias, the analysis can be a good alternative With the help of a psychoanalyst who uses NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) as a tool, the patient faces his fears and can overcome its limits.
NLP was proposed and developed in the 1970s by two Americans in California. The model consisted in describing the relation between mind (neuro) and language (linguistic - verbal and nonverbal) and how the junction of these two interacts in the body, through physiological sensations. This leads to a distinct behavior in the individual, so it is possible to study this behavior and change it (programming).
NLP enables people to think through solutions to their problems by means of emotions, sensations and actions, reprogramming the brain so that they can solve them or overcome them.
The methodology consists in, through an altered state of consciousness, to perceive and to identify all the sensations that an emotion generates in our body, always starting from a bad emotion (problem), going through an emotion of challenge and going to a good emotion (something easy and totally achievable), always identifying what sensations our body identifies at each step and anchoring them. After this survey and registration, we do what we call programming, where, through NLP, we transfer the good sensations to the situations in which we have bad sensations. In doing so, we increase our self-esteem, confidence, and discernment, broadening our ability to resolve, and taking another focus and action on something we once imagined as indissoluble and enormous.
Through Neurolinguistic Programming, we achieve surprising and positive results, lives beliefs that limit us and that make us so bad in our day to day.
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