Do you avoid going to the dentist and feel your anxiety levels rising when you think of visiting the dentist? Do your hands start sweating, your head spinning or do you get a knot in your stomach? If yes, it’s likely that you suffer from dental phobia.
A fear of visiting the dentist is very common, so you are not alone. The question is, are you going to settle with living with your fear or are you going to overcome it? Being so afraid of the dentist that you never go is not only bad for your teeth but also detrimental to your overall health. On average you should be visiting your dentist twice a year to maintain good dental hygiene and health. If you have a dental phobia, then it is likely that you’re not visiting your dentist that often, perhaps hardly ever. This may put your teeth and gums in jeopardy long term.
The good news is that you don’t have to live with this fear of dentists any longer. This fear is probably from a negative memory or association from the past. You may feel anxious, apprehensive or have negative thoughts which have convinced your subconscious mind that a visit to the dentist was something to be feared. But what the subconscious mind can learn, it can just as easily unlearn.
This is exactly what hypnosis can do for you. Imagine what it would be like to actually feel completely relaxed and calm before and while visiting your dentist. Hypnosis is a natural and focused state of mind. During this relaxed state, the mind is focused on the suggestions given to achieve comfort and ease. Once the mind has rehearsed being totally calm in the dental environment, it will access it easily again and again.
A visit to the dentist will now be a pleasant and calm experience. Try hypnotherapy and feel the difference in experiencing the dentist chair in a completely different frame of mind. A calm and detached mindset, and feel the ripple effects from dropping one fear or anxiety from your life. It will have an overall positive impact on all other areas of your life including feeling more at ease and confident.
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