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Aerophobia and Post-Traumatic Stress
Aerophobia and Post-Traumatic Stress
Aerophobia can develop as a result of post-traumatic stress. If an individual has had a particulalry harrowing of upsetting flight in the past, post-traumatic stress…...
Facts About Aerophobia
Facts About Aerophobia
Aerophobia can be described as a fear of flying. It is thought to occur in up to 1 in 5 of the population, though these figures are difficult to determine. There are…...
Fear of Flying and Panic Attacks
Fear of Flying and Panic Attacks
Panic atrtacks are caused by an exacerbation of anxiety resulting in intense physical and psychological symptoms. Sufferers may fear an attack so much that their life…...
Fear of Flying and Travel Sickness
Fear of Flying and Travel Sickness
Motion sickness can be a very unpleasant experience for a passenger, and can exacerbate the anxiety felt when flying. It can cause an already anxious flyer to develop…...
Fear of Flying as an Anxiety Disorder
Fear of Flying as an Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety is a bnatural human reaction that can serve as a protective mechanism keeping us safe from dangerous situations and making us cautious. If anxiety becomes…...
Fear of Flying Components
Fear of Flying Components
A fear of flying may not just simply be being scared of being in an aeroplane, but may be due to a collaboration of issues that when combined together cause a great…...
Fear of Flying in Children
Fear of Flying in Children
Like adults, children can also suffer from aerophobia and the reasons for this may come from a number of different sources....
What is Aerophobia?
What is Aerophobia?
Aerophobia is a term used to describe an irrational fear of breezes, fresh air, flying or any association with flights and flying that causes distress and anxiety. It…...
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