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fear of bodily sensations


Diva
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12 years ago 0 Diva 2101 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Ok thanks for deeting the other thread for me :) And yes i will continue working through the program till i get to session 9 and then i will deal with the bodily sensations thing :) Thanks :) -Diva
Josie, Support Specialist
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Diva, I deleted the other thread for you :) Continue through the program as suggested and work on the Interoceptive Exposure Therapy. Josie _______________________________ The Panic Center Support Team.
Diva
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12 years ago 0 Diva 2101 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Thanks! Then i am glad session 9 covers this! -Diva
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12 years ago 0 radha 44 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Hi Diva, Session 9 covers on how to get used to some of these symptoms we fear. It is called interoceptive exposure theraphy. I've done this, and it has to a certain degree helped, but not 100%. Some days are pretty good and others not so good but at least I am not so fearful. Radha
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12 years ago 0 Diva 2101 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
I find I focus much too much on physical sensations. and those can trigger (and have in the past) panic attacks. So now i know that that is one of my triggers. I just wanted to know what i could do about this. As in how do i go about minimizing this?

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