Driving Fear - The Road to Recovery!
Do you live with Driving Fear, Panic or Anxiety with symptoms like sweating, trembling, dizziness, palpitations, inability to take a deep breath, or thoughts of losing control, dying, or going crazy?
Do you suffer from any of the following?
- Have trouble highway driving or feel frightened because you can't exit when you would like to.
- Because of your driving fear, dread the morning commute (ever wake up with a knot in your stomach?).
- Feel uncomfortable driving on or avoid bridges completely.
- Take prescription medication to reduce driving fear or anxiety.
- Tired from the scary, anxious thoughts you have while driving.
- Have given up further advancement in your career because of your fear of driving.
- Avoid shared family moments, and events that involve vehicle travel, missing out on the opportunities and joys of life.
- Wanting to feel more secure, confident and at ease while traveling.
Find out How to Overcome Driving Fear - Today!
Well, here's how your Driving Fear works:
There are a few things you need to recognize about your fear and anxiety; It proves you're a Quick Learner. Sufferers think that they're strange, weak or even silly because they Fear Driving; in reality the opposite is factual. Having a fear generally means you have an ability to learn at a faster rate than typical.
It is more than likely you had a fearful episode or bad encounter while driving, and from a few experiences developed a fearful reaction, which you still carry today. You only needed a few very Small Occurrences for your brain to be taught something incredibly powerful.
You can employ that same quick learning capability, if done correctly, to train yourself something new - Learn NOT to be Afraid whilst Driving.
Your subconscious mind is sending a fear message to your conscious mind and telling you that there is a hazardous situation and you need to safeguard yourself and be ready to take action to defend yourself or escape!
But here's the Problem...Your brain is making an enormous Error!
Your brain has mistakenly learned that based upon those few bad experiences that you are constantly in danger and driving is a threat.
This triggers what is known as the "fight or flight" reaction; this response causes your body to take considerable action to save itself from harm, "without your consent"!
It is done subconsciously, affording you no chance to accurately assess the circumstances using your own judgment if the threat it perceives is real or not.
Within microseconds, hormones course through your body such as cortisol and adrenaline, which encompass symptoms such as changes in your vision, a thumping heart, racing thoughts, perspiration, and more.
You know, consciously of course, that this response is not appropriate when there is no actual danger, in turn you need to "Retrain Your Brain" to react another way while driving so it doesn't instigate the "fight or flight" response.
The difficulty is that your unconscious mind has learned something that is fiction, but you don't yet understand how to correct it.
Read more Driving Fear on page 2 of this article: Fear of Driving
Do you live with Driving Fear, Panic or Anxiety?
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