Scientists told how to stop being afraid of going to the dentist

A group of scientists from king's College London, advises to prepare for the trip to the dentist in advance. To cope with fear help courses of cognitive behavioural therapy. Just a few days experts help a person to overcome fear and anxiety, writes NDTV.

In total the study involved 130 people who passed the session of cognitive behavioural therapy. Almost 70% noted dentophobia (fear of dental treatment). A small proportion had high levels of anxiety, high risk of depression and other mental disorders. The four doctors registered suicidal thoughts and a desire to commit suicide.

Later psychotherapeutic course 79% of people were able to get rid of fear of dentists, they no longer needed a powerful sedative drugs. To Express the positive effect the majority of volunteers were required five sessions of psychotherapy.

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