Overcome fear of public transport and ride the bus or train in comfort
Hypnosis can calm commuting anxiety
Do you suffer from fear of public transport? Does the thought, or the experience, of travelling on the bus or train cause you anxiety and distress?
You are not alone. Some people find themselves getting anxious just waiting in a bus queue, or going through a subway entrance. And even more people feel seriously distressed when the bus, train carriage or metro they are travelling on becomes crowded, and people are pressed up against each other. It's called 'crush hour' in France and it happens in cities all over the world every day.
The trouble is, once a fear like this gets hold of you, it can start to spread its tentacles everywhere. Soon it's not just the bus queue that bothers you, but the queue at the food store which reminds you of the bus queue. It's not just your commuter train that makes you feel breathless, but the coach trip that you take with friends. And on top of that, it feels like everybody's looking at you, noticing and judging your anxiety.
Of course, riding on public transport is not always going to be a pleasant experience, but there is no doubt that feeling full of fear and anxiety is bound to make it much more unpleasant than it need be. And when you live in a city, you are bound to have to use the transport system at least some and maybe a lot of the time in order to get about.
So what can be done to banish this fear?
Finding the cause of fear of public transport is not so important
Firstly, don't worry too much about exactly why you have developed a bus phobia, or a train terror. There may be a specific bad experience while travelling that triggered it or a public transport terrorist attack you saw in the news heightened your anxiety, but it's just as likely to be one of those random associations we all make. For example, you were feeling stressed or ill one day, happened to be travelling, felt panicky, and associated it with your immediate environment, which happened to be a crowded bus.
And then, every time you get on a bus, it reminds you of that panicky feeling, and triggers it...
In either case, as you know, the fear isn't really rational. Travelling on a crowded train might be uncomfortable, and tiresome, but it's not anything to be frightened of. Knowing this, of course, doesn't stop the feeling of fear, which isn't based on rational thinking, but on the instant emotional reaction you have to the trigger.
So, to start feeling more comfortable when travelling, that emotion needs to be calmed down. And here's how you can do it.
Hypnosis can help you overcome your anxiety and travel comfortably
Overcome fear of public transport is an audio hypnosis session developed by psychologists who work with every kind of fear and phobia. It will help you 're-tag' your travels as safe and non-threatening.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you'll quickly notice that
- you can relax more quickly and more deeply each time you listen
- the old worrying association you had made with public transport gets replaced with calm neutral feelings
- you can think about travelling by bus or train and stay quite relaxed
- it becomes harder to even remember that it once used to bother you
- you feel quite calm and comfortable when you actually travel
Download Overcome fear of public transport and win back your freedom.
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Overcome Fear of Public Transport
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