The Truth About Anesthesia Phobia

Anesthesia phobia is the fear of being unconscious. You usually become apprehensive because you start thinking that once you become unconscious you are never going to come back to your senses again.

Jan Heering

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In case of anesthesia phobia, you may also worry about falling severely ill after you are anesthetized. Such fears and anxieties tend to make you feel weak and self-doubting. You are unable to react positively towards the situation.

Under such circumstances, it is essential for you to follow some steps so that you can assure yourself that anesthesia is not harmful and that it has nothing fatal about it.

What should you do when you suffer from anesthesia phobia?

  • Before the operation, it is better that you meet the anesthesiologist in person and speak with him about the procedure. Once the anesthesiologist comes to know of your fear he will give you a detailed explanation to lesser your level of anxiety

  • The anesthesiologist may ask you your medical history and try to develop a relationship with you. Remember that cordiality in interaction or communication is the best way to combat phobia

  • Make sure that your anesthesiologist has a board certification

  • The anesthesiologist will inform you about everything you should do before and after you go through anesthesia. A good and responsible anesthesiologist will take good care in calming your fears and anxieties

In most cases, people who suffer from hypodermics or anesthesia phobia are reluctant about seeking medical help. This is however dangerous, for it can deteriorate your physiological status and make you suffer intensely.

Some of the common symptoms of anesthesia phobia or hypodermics

  • Your heart beats rapidly, your breath becomes short, you tremble and have an overwhelming desire to escape the condition

  • You become panicky, frightened, horrified or terrified

  • You make the wrong use of your head and become prepared to do anything to combat your condition of fear

  • At times, the fear becomes so extreme that you even start hating the sight of an anesthesiologist

  • There is problem both in your personal and social world when you are unable to perform aptly with full surety and conviction

How can you deal with anesthesia phobia with the help of self-help NLP techniques?
Self-help NLP techniques are considerably effective in combating anesthesia phobia and also in reducing phobic behavior and subjective distress.

With the help of self-help NLP procedures, you can bring about a quick change in your life and behavior and the procedure promotes a sense of fulfillment within you.

In this particular treatment process, you make a constant effort in transforming your metal “constructs” and you also prepare yourself to face reality as it comes to you.

In fact, my NLP self-help techniques are the best way to say no to negative thoughts and fears and make way for optimism in life.

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Posted by Jan Heering
Master Coach, psychological trainer and author
Founder and President of the Morpheus Institute and

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