Bach flowers mix 98: Fear of driving

Bach flowers mix  98 helps to:

  • Feel no fear of getting into the car
  • Believe in your own abilities
  • Let go of any previous traumatic experiences
  • Stay calm in traffic
* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.
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Bach flowers mix 98: Fear of driving

Content 50 ml

  • 1 bottle £ 35
  • 2 bottles £ 65 Your advantage £ 5
  • 3 bottles £ 87 Your advantage £ 18
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How many bottles do you need?

  • 1 bottle will last you about 1 month
  • The first results will start to show after a few days or weeks *
  • In my experience to get lasting results a period of three months is advised *

 

Dosage

  • The dosage is 6 x 4 drops per day, put directly on the tongue or dissolve in water
  • Hint: Trickle your daily dose (24 drops) in a bottle of water and drink it throughout the day

About this mix

  • Handmade according to the instructions of Dr. Bach
  • Ready to use
  • Unique blend of Bach flowers
  • Gluten and allergen free
  • Ingredients: Water, alcohol, Bach flower extracts
  • Frequently Asked Questions

* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.

How to overcome fear of driving with Bach flowers

Fear of driving

Fear of driving

It’s a fact that 30% of people suffer from a fear of driving. So if you suffer with driving anxiety, you do not have to feel ashamed. You’re definitely not alone! You can overcome fear of driving.

A fear of driving can take many forms. You may be afraid that you will have an accident, afraid that the engine will stall or afraid that you can’t park your car. You may have an uneasy feeling when there’s a lot of traffic on the road, or you may be afraid that you won’t know what to do is a driving emergency. Alternatively, you may suffer from stress, or feel fear about driving because of an accident you had in the past. These are all normal causes of a fear of driving.

Insecure? Believe in yourself!

Insecurity plays a big part in the fear of driving. Nevertheless, there’s nothing to fear. The fact that you passed your driving test and have your driving license, proves that you’re able to drive a car. Bach flowers can help you to increase your confidence and be less insecure behind the wheel. Once you have your confidence back, getting back behind the wheel will be a piece of cake.

Letting go of traumatic experiences

Were you involved in a serious accident in the past? Perhaps you were a victim of an accident or maybe you were the cause? Lots of people who have had an accident are afraid to get behind the wheel again. However, it is very important to start driving again as fast as possible after an accident. If you wait too long there’s a big chance you’re going to make your fear of driving even worse. The longer you wait to drive again, the bigger the fear will grow. Bach flowers can help you to let go of the traumatic experience of an accident and get you back in your car without fear.

Leave your stress at home

It’s no good feeling stressed in your car. It’s important that you’re calm when you have to drive. Do you suffer from a great deal of driving related stress? It’s unpleasant to suffer with sweaty hands on the wheel, hyperventilating or dizziness. This is a dangerous situation for both yourself and anyone in traffic with you. Bach flowers can help you overcome your fear of driving, ensuring you remain calm while controlling your stress, and guaranteeing you are able to get on the road again safely.

* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.

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Articles


Tips to combat a fear of driving

Tips to combat a fear of driving

A fear of driving is a problem that occurs more than one might imagine. Approximately 30% of all drivers suffer from a fear of driving.

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A fear of driving prevents many sufferers from passing their test.

A fear of driving prevents many sufferers from passing their test.

 If your fear of driving is severe, you could have a driving phobia. Individuals with an extreme fear of driving are held back by their phobia. When you are terrified on driving on the road, it’s a challenge to learn how to drive.

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A driving phobia can hold you back in life.

A driving phobia can hold you back in life.

What is a driving phobia?

When a fear of driving becomes a phobia, individuals will avoid getting behind the wheel of a car. Many people who develop phobias can suffer from more than one irrational fear during a lifetime. Experts estimate that as many as 10% of the population will suffer from a phobia at some point. If a driving phobia is interfering with you living a fulfilling life, read on for advice about how you can start coping.

What is a driving phobia?

Having a driving phobia means you avoid the activity of driving altogether. A number of individuals who have a phobia of driving are able to pass their driving test. However, once they have proved their proficiency, they are too afraid to use the skills they have acquired. Approximately 50% of people who have a driving phobia are also unable to travel as passengers in a moving vehicle.
Once avoidance becomes a habit, fear is allowed to feed the phobia. You fear losing control, so you avoid the activity. In the short-term, this gives a person the feeling they are in control as they spare themselves the pain of feeling negative emotions. But the fear begins to control your life by limiting the decisions you can make for yourself. As options dwindle, life becomes unsatisfying and dull due to the limitations of living with a driving phobia.

How can you manage a driving phobia?

There are various psychological approaches for helping individuals to confront a driving phobia. Once you have made the decision not to let fear control the decisions you are able to make for yourself, you can consider speaking to a therapist about your treatment options. By seeing a therapist and using self-help strategies, you will be able to start taking steps towards challenging negative thinking and facing your fear. You can use psychological therapy to discuss how your thoughts, feelings, and emotions are affected by your phobia. This will enable you to gradually break the negative cycle of avoidance affecting your life.
Psychological therapists typically recommend a combination of approaches for starting to manage a driving phobia. Popular psychotherapeutic methods include:
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Gradual-exposure therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioural therapy
  • Group therapy
After receiving treatment, you will be better equipped to face and challenge your driving phobia.

Challenging negative thinking associated with a driving phobia:

Therapy helps you to challenge negative thinking associated with driving phobia. Although a great many people with an irrational fear of driving have not been involved in an accident, most sufferers will associate being in control of a vehicle with negative experiences. It’s not uncommon for someone to talk about their experiences with driving as a series of dangerous situations where they almost had an accident. Some driving phobia sufferers also suffer from feelings or extreme anxiety or panic when they attempt to face their fear. If you have difficult symptoms of anxiety or panic you should mention your symptoms to your therapist or GP. Intense anxiety or panic symptoms are often treated with prescription medications. After treatment, a driving phobia is easier to face.  Read the complete article

You can use therapy to find a cure for a driving phobia.

You can use therapy to find a cure for a driving phobia.

If you are looking for a cure for a driving phobia, you will be interested in knowing more about this common issue faced by many. We all become nervous or anxious at times of stress and change.

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