Many people have traveled with carry on backpack, but not all people travel by plane. The clinical diagnosis of phobias (fear of flying) is very rare, but general anxiety about flying is more common. Some passengers worry about staying in a closed space for too long, some passengers worry about germs and viruses, some passengers worry about a plane crash, and others just worry about being anxious on the plane. Regardless of the trigger, there are many ways to relieve anxiety. We are here to help with these five tips.
1. Consult a doctor for help. Find out if you have phobias or psychological anxiety symptoms. In many cases, understanding these underlying conditions and treatments can help alleviate the symptoms of fear.
2. Understand how the flight work. Understanding the working principle of airplanes, the causes of turbulence, and the meaning of various sounds and bumps can help alleviate the fear of flying.
3. Identify and overcome irrational thoughts. Negative and catastrophic thinking can exacerbate your fear of flying. Learn how to recognize negative thoughts when they appear, and then practice to replace them with more realistic and useful thoughts. You can think other thing from good side.
4. Separate fear from danger. It is often difficult to distinguish anxiety from danger, because your body reacts to both in exactly the same way. Tell yourself that anxiety makes you more susceptible to fearful thoughts, and remind yourself that feeling anxious does not mean you are in danger. Even if you feel intense anxiety, you can rest assured.
5. Practice relaxation techniques. When you start to feel fear, it may be helpful to build a "relaxation kit" or list of relaxation strategies. Use deep breathing, visualization and progressive muscle relaxation techniques to reduce anxiety. Over time, these techniques may help reduce your fear of flying.