Often Afraid Of Excessive When Riding A Motorcycle?
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Thank you for the question.
Fear of compliance is indeed an uncomfortable thing, and we understand your discomfort. Fear is actually the body's natural mechanism in dealing with a threat that comes from outside, but if excessive and irrational, then this will become a nuisance. This fear itself can be triggered by various things and is influenced by several factors, such as genetic factors, past trauma factors, social and environmental factors.
The following are possible causes of excessive fear.
Phobic disorders, such as altitude phobias, etc. Overall anxiety disorder. Panic Disorder. To find out and explore the causes of the fear that you have, you can ask for help from health professionals, can pass through a psychologist or directly to a specialist in mental illness. Your psychologist or doctor will evaluate your complaints including the roots of your fears, and do a physical examination to rule out other physical ailments. The psychologist or doctor will suggest therapies such as counseling, cognitive psychotherapy, or desensitization therapy (describing things that frighten the patient slowly so that the patient becomes accustomed to it), and provide additional medication if needed.
Here are things you can practice on your own independently:
Use relaxation techniques when you're feeling scared or facing things that make you afraid. Inhale for 4 seconds, hold for 4 seconds, and exhale by mouth for 4 seconds. Repeat until you feel relaxed. Try to deal with your fears slowly. Make a journal entry or note how you feel about things that make you afraid, why you feel afraid, and what you can do to reduce that fear. Improving lifestyles so that prime body conditions, such as eating healthy and nutritious foods, meeting fluid needs, exercising regularly 3-5 times per week, and managing stress well. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully your condition gradually improves.