Phagophobia or dysphagia (fear of swallowing or eating) is something that is typically treated the same way any other anxiety disorder is treated.
The treatment of choice is to find a good behavioral or cognitive behavioral therapist who can help you deal with this problem. Basically you want help to identify and challenge your anxious thoughts and how your anxious thoughts contribute to your fear. More importantly though, you want to unlearn your fear by gradually approaching the foods that are difficult for you to eat.
If any of you aren't seeing a therapist yet, this could be a good option for you! I don't think meds have been shown to have effect, as its something that some good CBT can take care of usually.
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