Suddenly Afraid To Board The Plane?
Hello, Salista, thank you for the question.
Phobia itself is an excessive fear of a thing or thing or event. This condition can be experienced by anyone, and can vary with anything. Now, regarding what you feel, there are many things that can affect the complaints or symptoms that you experience, some of which are:
The condition of physical and emotional fatigue that is quite severe, resulting in you being unaware and easily startled. There is emotional trauma in the near future, usually related to air transportation or traffic accidents. changes in fear or threat responses Environmental or family influencing factors, for example, if everyone or some people around you experience the same fear of the same thing, this can affect your mindset, and may result in you experiencing the same fear of the same thing. At this point, you should take a deep breath and try to relax first. Eliminate negative thoughts that you experience, and try to think about fun things. After that, drink warm water or tea containing Chamomile to calm yourself down, Salista. When this condition returns, try to get a paperbag or paper bag and breathe in it, while calming yourself down. You can also pray according to your religion and belief to calm yourself down. If this condition persists and makes you experience heart palpitations, weakness, a feeling of fear of death and makes you unable to carry out your daily activities, immediately consult a psychiatric specialist or a psychologist.
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Hope my explanation can help.
Dr. Otniel Budi Krisetya