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The Alzheimer’s Defense Program Reviews

Published on 3/1/2017
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When you first start learning to drive, everything is unfamiliar and it seems that there are so many different things to remember. You wonder whether or not you're ever going to learn everything but eventually you do and you're let loose on the roads without an instructor. But somewhere along the line you develop a fear of driving. Maybe an accident or a near miss, maybe some other reason. Here are some tips to help you overcome your fear of driving. This could be The Alzheimer’s Defense Program via a professional therapist or you could choose to almost re-learn how to drive. The second alternative is one that many people take. They have some refresher lessons with an experienced instructor who will help them to recover their ability to drive without worries. Or you could use a friend to help you overcome your phobia of driving.

If, for instance, there are only some places or times where you are scared to drive then you can gradually rebuild your confidence by practicing them with a friend there to reassure you. This can work very well for mild cases of driving phobia. Re-learn all your driving checks. Your fear of driving could be as simple as a worry about your ability to drive safely. You can reduce this by making it a habit to go through all those pre-driving checks that you were taught as a learner. Other people may think that it's overkill checking your tyres and lights before you set off but it only takes a few seconds and means that your mind is put at rest on those points.

Add in a check that your seat is fully adjusted, your wing mirrors and rear view mirror are in perfect position and you're good to go. The right kind of music has the effect of relaxing us. Which could make all the difference when you're driving along. A few years ago, I spent a couple of hours finding all the tracks that help me to relax. Whenever I'm stuck in traffic on a busy freeway, I put those tracks on and let the tranquility of the music take me worlds away from the hassle of being stuck in traffic. Doing the same could make all the difference with your fear of driving - it will take your mind to a better place and help to stop it worrying about those niggling doubts that are getting in the way of you driving confidently.

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If your driving phobia happened as a result of an accident or near miss, make it your duty to read up on the safety of driving. Reassuring your rational mind with the facts and figures will help and the ideas will gradually sink into your subconscious mind and help your fear to reduce. You can get specially recorded tracks to help deal with your fear of driving. Listening to such a track (not whilst you're driving, obviously) will help to turn round how your subconscious mind deals with your phobia and will put you back on track to being able to drive again without your fear getting the better of you.

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