How can you stay calm and relaxed while traveling? Dr. Joseph Cilona offers three tips.
I flew anxiety free for the first time in 22 years. No white knuckle terror, no pounding heart, no being frozen to my seat.
“Every time I feel more relaxed about flying, my subconscious imposes on myself that I just have to be scared. I feel that not being scared is abnormal for me.”
Lower your anxiety with one of SOAR’s effective fear-of-flying exercises based on Jerilyn Ross’s anti-anxiety rubber-band technique.
I’m a fearful flyer. Help.
With all the controversy over the new airport body scans and the invasive pat downs, those who already are seat-grippers in the air have a new reason to dread flying. Statistics show that the majority of people who have significant flying fears are women over the age of 25. Flying phobias are so common that an enormous industry has been built on the treatment of this fear! (Just Google “flying phobia”).
Flying is stressful enough for most people (long lines, delays, rudeness of some-not all-airport personnel, claustrophobia and other flying-related phobias, bad food, dirty bathrooms, and so forth).