Hello, I did read and I believe I responded to your original post.
I suspect just the thought of being left alone may produce symptoms such as shortness of breath, nausea and heart palpitations. The body reacts to the fear in the mind and physical symptoms appear. For example, a person who fears speaking in public may suddenly experience the physical symptom of an intensely dry mouth. They may experience further symptoms such as a constriction of the throat and difficulty swallowing. The physical symptoms a person experiences are as real as the fear in the mind.
People who suffer severe effects of a phobia often find it difficult to function in society. They may be unable to work in a public setting. Phobias can be debilitating and diminish a person’s overall quality of life. There is help for people that suffer from monophobia or other types of phobias. Anxiety medication may help to alleviate the severity of the fear. Psychotherapy may be beneficial as well. As an alternative course of treatment, hypnotherapy may be worth checking into. Many people have had a fair degree of success in breaking habits and overcoming phobias through hypnosis.
I would also suggest thinking about having a pet - I used to hate being alone at night but I was not a great pet person until one day my husband brought home my awesome dog which made a tremendous difference. He is always here, comes to me automatically and even hovers outside the bathroom door waiting for me so we can play a bit.
Remember you can always come here and vent away - during the day and evening hours you will usually get a response quite quickly.
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