The Nature of Emetophobia: Cause and Effect

Emetophobic people cite a variety of causes for their condition: a childhood illness, a messy accident, a bad car or boat trip... It's unfortunate that one isolated incident can lead to a lifetime of fear, but emetophobics know this to be the truth. The good news is that with time, effort, and patience, a person with emetophobia can see great improvement in the condition.

Show Educates Public on Life with Emetophobia

Emetophobia can affect your life in a variety of ways, most of which are highly negative. Most people don't realize just how far-reaching the effects of the phobia are. It's easier for some to relate to a fear of insects or snakes. See what a mother with emetophobia wants to share with people who may not understand the struggle of having the disorder.

Gratitude and Anxiety

Appreciating the little things in life and mastering the art of fully and sincerely expressing gratitude has been shown to greatly improve anxiety and increase overall happiness. Learning how to feel grateful in the face of anxiety is not easy, especially for individuals living with emetophobia. Fortunately, there are a few things that can be added to your daily routine to get you started down the path of living a more grateful, and hopefully less anxious, life.

Drinking Tea to Relieve Nausea and Anxiety

Drinking the right tea can provide you with innumerable health benefits, as well as provide some relief from anxiety and nausea (whether the nausea is anxiety related or not). Let this delicious addition to your routine provide you with a bit of comfort as you continue on your road to living free from the struggles of emetophobia.

An Unusual and Natural Treatment for Nausea

Have you given up on trying to cure your nausea caused by Emetophobia? You may want to try this unique method of treating your symptoms. It is an inexpensive, simple technique that is shown to be quite effective. A doctor explains what makes this off-the-wall treatment work for so many people.

The Many Different Faces of Emetophobia

Emetophobia is a disorder so little known that it can be hard to imagine others struggling with it. Who do you think is affected by the condition? Older people? Younger people? You probably wouldn't imagine a pageant finalist as a person with Emetophobia. Read about an emetophobic woman who nearly became Miss Wales in 2008.

Is Social Phobia A Real Disorder?

Can someone actually be afraid of social situations? According to many researchers, yes! Read about social phobia here.

The Role of Imagination in Emetophobia

Emetophobia is usually made worse by vivid mental imagery. Learn how a person with Emetophobia is driven to panic.