Whilst timetables are gradually returning to normal and the back log is slowly being cleared stranded passengers with a fear of flying could find themselves afraid of going home and even those with their feet firmly on the ground of their homeland could find themselves worrying about their summer holidays.
Many people suffer with a fear of flying, even if it is only minute. However the recent disruption is likely to have heightened anxiety for many sufferers.
If the above happens to be you then there are certain methods you could consider. Flying anxiety is often addressed with taking benzodiazepines, though this is a relatively short term solution that won’t be able to change your mind set.
If this is a longstanding issue for you then a better option is to consider cognitive behavioural therapy or hypnotherapy. Both will help the patient to understand and address the issues which make them afraid.
Many patients have reported positive results after just a few sessions and are able to feel confident enough to go ahead and make those travel arrangement.
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