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Regardless of What You Have Been Led to Believe a Fear of Flying Can Be Cured Without Any Fear of Flying Medicine In Little As 18 Minutes

First off, I am advocate for medical drugs, I take ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, etc.) on a regular basis, especially after a hard run or weight training session.

There is no lack of fear of flying medicine (benzodiazepines), you could easily go to your Doctor and get a prescription for lorazepam (Ativan) or alprazolam (Xanax).

I may not even be opposed to fear of flying medicine, IF people ONLY took the recommended dosage of one tablet every 4 hours, and they had NO addictive properties.


My 3 MAJOR PROBLEMS With Fear of Flying Medicine Are:

  1. Overdose. Most fearful flyers take 5 to 10 times the required dosage, and often combine their meds with alcohol, which almost renders them unconscious.
  2. Dependence varies with the benzodiazepine used and with the user, with some reporting alprazolam dependence in as little as three days. Basically, these drugs have a chemical make-up to be potentially very addictive just like pain killers and other tranquilizers (valium).
  3. Addiction. Taking these drugs, form a habit of avoiding emotionally stressful situations by using a controlled substance as a “coping technique”. This “drug coping technique” is often how drug addicts and alcoholics describe how they become addicted to substances.
In conclusion, using a prescription drug and/or self-medicating with alcohol may be an okay as a one-time solution, however, there are much safer (non-addictive) and natural techniques to cure your fear of flying both instantly and long term.

FREE Fear of Flying Assessment

Take our FREE fear of flying assessment, to accurately access your fear of flying physical symptoms and provide natural techniques to overcome your fear of flying.

Click here to discover the easy-to-follow steps to cure your fear of flying without any fear of flying medicine in little as 18 minutes.

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