Your fear of the heart can result in the following symptoms:
breathlessness, dizziness, excessive sweating, nausea, dry mouth, feeling sick, shaking, inability to speak or think clearly, a fear of dying or losing control, a sensation of detachment from reality or a full blown anxiety attack.
You are not the only one to suffer from cardiophobia. Most sufferers are surprised to learn that they are far from alone in this surprisingly common, although often unspoken, phobia.
Cardiophobia is an intense fear of something that poses little or no actual
danger. While adults with cardiophobia realize that these fears are irrational,
they often find that facing, or even thinking about facing, the feared
situation brings on a panic attack or severe anxiety.
There is a Way Out
Imagine what your life will be like when you know that you are not
"defective". When you can be confident and at ease in situations where you
used to feel your cardiophobia. And when you can talk about your former cardiophobia symptoms as though you are describing a movie where the
character is someone else, not you.
An Amazing Discovery
years ago, a psychologist specializing in phobias like cardiophobia, made an
kept up-to-date with all the leading therapies. And no matter what therapy modality he tried, the cure
rate of phobias like cardiophobia was less than 5%. Oh sure, patients made progress. But it was only
incremental. And therapy took years, not months.
he made an amazing discovery and his ability to eliminate cardiophobia soared to over 80%.
was the discovery? It was so simple, but nobody thought of looking there
it is, and it is called The Discovery Statement:
cause of all negative emotions
is a disruption in the body's energy system."
what he didn't say. He didn't say that it was in your thoughts, habits,
beliefs, strategies or any other thing (although they do play a factor).
Those are "the branches".
energy system is "the root". And from this root the field of
Energy Psychology was born.
this discovery, other innovators have emerged in Energy Psychology. And they
offer solutions to emotional issues such as cardiophobia.
really nice feature of Energy Psychology is that in many cases self-help is
sufficient. In cases where a therapist is desired or needed, Cardiophobia Live Help can be provided over the phone. And since not much talking is involved,
the sessions are quick and affordable.
It Work for Everyone?
a word, no it doesn't. It's not perfect. It only works about 85% of the
time. But that is a radical shift from about 5% rate for some methods.
reason it may not work is that frankly some people are afraid to give up their
cardiophobia. Their identity is wrapped up in it. They have had their
cardiophobia so long that they don't know who they would be without it.
Fortunately, the same methods can be used to eliminate this fear first,
should it arise.
some people just love to talk about their cardiophobia. That's one reason why some
people may spend years in talk therapy. They love to have someone who cares
about them listen to their cardiophobia problems.
Psychology isn't about talk. It's about results. Fast, effective, lasting
lot of talking about problems keeps people in the "stuck" state and
is counterproductive. So people who really want to talk about their cardiophobia
because they are not really ready to let them go may not achieve optimal
results. People like this may be better satisfied with talk therapy, even if
it means extensive sessions, much higher expense and a lower success rate.
get me wrong. Effective Energy Therapists listen really well. And with
compassion. It's just that their focus is on the "root", not the
"branches". You may feel like you have truly been heard for the
first time in your life.
Energy Psychology is not perfect. And it's not for everyone, perhaps only 80%
or so of the population. Is it for you? Only you can decide. But it is worth a
try. With the guarantees offered, the only thing you have to lose is your
course, success rates for elimination of cardiophobia will be higher with a therapist,
Click here for Cardiophobia Live Help . But self-help is amazingly