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Fear Of Loud Noises

Fear Of Loud Noises

Hypnotherapy & NLP: Overcome Fear, Phobia Of Loud Noises, Fireworks, Thunder etc

Hypnotherapy can help you

  • Think about what life will be like
  • Without fear of loud noises
  • You will be more comfortable
  • You will be less jumpy, in control
  • End the fear of loud noises.
  • Hypnotherapy and NLP works.

The fear of sudden loud noises is programmed from birth

Fear, or phobia of loud noises is the a basic fear that seems to be with us from birth.  Some people, though, learn an overblown  response to loud noises. They become terrified of sudden loud bangs such as fireworks, thunder, cars backfiring, balloons bursting and so forth.

All phobias are learned responses from earlier experiences. Despite what you may have heard, you don’t have to remember the original incident, or incidents to be cured.

What Will You Do To Cure My Fear Of Loud Noises?

We utilise a full range of techniques to rid you of your fear, although we find that the NLP fast phobia cure techniques tend to work very quickly with most people.

It is simply a question of re-patterning, reprogramming and reconditioning the response. We work directly with the aim of sorting this problem for you in a single session. Occasionally it may take two sessions. Now and again what we do does not work. This is rare.

So please feel free to contact whichever one of us is nearest to you.

Fear of Fireworks

Fireworks can be fun, amazing and entertaining. Most countries have celebrations where fireworks are part of the deal. In the USA there is the 4th of July, in the UK there is November 5th where we celebrate parliament not being blown up hundreds of years ago. In the weeks running up to these kinds of events fireworks tend to start appearing in stores. For people who suffer from the fear of loud noises these are worrying, sometimes terrifying times.

Please feel free to make comments and or ask questions.

9 Responses

  1. Caelainn says:

    So I have a fear of loud, unexpected noises and it’s extremely annoying >.> I can’t go out on Halloween cuz I get too scared, and today I went with my friend To go costume shopping but there was lots of little kid with balloons and I just couldn’t handle it so the trip was cut short. I hate this phobia, what do I do? I want to be able to go out and enjoy myself but I’m being held back with my phobia.

  2. Mia says:

    Hey I’m usually really good with fireworks, I find them enjoyable! but this time was different, the first little ones where ok, but I felt plainly out-of-character and when he loudest one lit, I fell out of my chair in the car and began to slowly rock back and forth, and tried to hide I scarf, and when the finale came there where so many huge, terrifying fireworks that I couldn’t stop myself from sobbing. After the display, my heart felt all electrify and static and my breathing was upmost difficult to control. And with being a person that normally has no fears to the point of tears, I’m labelled to be attention seeking thus there is nobody I can really seek help out of. Does anybody know why this has suddenly come on? Its never happened before! Help!

    • steve says:

      Hi Mia
      Well it sounds like the ‘shock’ of the big firework caused your adrenal glands to go into overdrive. This is how phobias can start though it may just have been a one-off. If you are still panicky at the thought of fireworks then get in touch with me or one of my associates close to you geographically. If you aren’t close to any of us then do a local search for someone experienced with this fear. Hope this helps. Steve Tromans

  3. Rachael Mortimer says:

    Hi. My name is Rachael and I am 42 years old. I have a phobia of loud bangs and have had it all my life. I think I know where it comes from. Anyway I would like to be cured if possible as I am missing out on shows. Every time I go to see something on stage I worry if there will be bangs. I have now started avoiding going. Do you think you can help?

  4. Glenn says:

    I think my 5 year old daughter suffers from a fear/phobia of thunder and fireworks. It make her physically sick and she ends up running to the toilet. New years eve was 30 mins ago and shes just been throwing up because of the fireworks, she wouldnt even watch them on the telly.

    • steve says:

      Sorry to hear that Glen.

      It may be possible for myself or one of my colleagues to help. Please do feel free to get in touch with whoever of us is closest. Scroll down the page for contact information.

  5. Mary says:

    Thank you guys for edvice but I’ve had this fear for a long time and don’t think anything will help so yah

    • steve says:

      Hi Mary

      It is often possible sort these phobias and it is the norm for someone to have had these fears for a long time.

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