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 Treatment of obsessive fear of death

Treatment of obsessive fear of death


the death:



 * Death is the absolute reality that frightens and threatens many, and every person has his own vision and way in which he deals with the idea of ​​death, but being obsessed with this idea is a type of anxiety disease that may take many forms that may reach in some cases to prevent a person from practicing  And lead a normal life, and here the fear of death becomes a disease that needs follow-up and treatment.


 Obsessive fear of death:



 * Fear of death is a disturbing emotional response and feelings of doubt, anxiety, and a feeling of helplessness and vulnerability about everything related to or related to death, whether it is exposed to it himself or if someone close to him suffers it.


 Characteristics of death anxiety The scientists have divided the characteristics of death anxiety into several sections:


 1- A type of anxiety caused in most cases by organic anxiety due to disease or health problems.  A feeling in the individual that death is surrounded by him, which makes him sad and unable to go about his normal life.


 2- A type of fear branching off anxiety in general.  An emotional response makes the person anxious.  A kind of unpleasant emotional experience.  A type of anxiety and fear of the future.


 Manifestations of obsessive fear of death:



 - There are several aspects of anxiety that arise because of which the so-called fear of death arises. The person thinks about and controls it until it develops into a mental illness, including fear of the unknown, loneliness, weakness, fear of losing family or friends, or losing one's body.  Or loss of self-control.  All of those thoughts may become a state of intense anxiety that becomes a fear of death.


 Treatment of obsessive fear of death:


 * Obsessive death can be treated with one of the following solutions:



 1- That the patient tries to control his life, to spend enjoyable time with those he loves, to fill his time with positive activities, to live his life on his terms, to fulfill his dreams, and to see for himself that he deserves to be happy.  Learn to accept death, and to think of it as part of the life cycle that everyone goes through equally, and therefore this life must be used and the feeling of gratitude for it.


 2- Reading books, topics and self-help;  Many scientific, philosophical and religious books have discussed the topic of death, and reading in them may clarify some matters so that death is not vague but rather understandable, which may reduce the feeling of fear of it.


 3- Perform religious practices;  Since all religions discussed death and explained it in spiritual terms, these practices would provide spiritual peace for those who have an obsessive fear of death.


 3- Focusing on making the good life a person leads to be more joyful, even if it is through simple things, such as exercising walking or enjoying the rays of the sun, for example.


 * Preparing for death:


 Whereas in many cases the fear of death is caused by the question of what will happen to the people we love, what they will feel and how they will live, and this is a good thing as death cannot be controlled but cannot be controlled.  Many cases of obsessive fear of death are cured by focusing on life and making it happier and more effective, and it affects more people who lead a miserable life, so we must work on the current conditions and try to solve the existing problems and overcome worries so that life becomes more beautiful and life grows bigger and life grows bigger.  from death.


 * As in many mental illnesses, a specialized therapist may resort to using drugs along with behavioral or psychological therapy in the event that the patient's condition is developed and aggravated, as these drugs raise levels of serotonin in the brain, but they have different side effects, but they have different side effects.  According to the belief of scientists among adolescents and adults.  Theories that explain the obsessive fear of death There are several scientific theories that have been studied and explained the fear of death according to the orientation of its psychologists.


 These theories are:



 - The theory of the psychoanalytic school, according to the opinion of the famous scholar Freud, that human activity and everything that a person undertakes is dependent on instincts, and he divided these instincts into two types: the instincts of life are like hunger, thirst, or sexuality, which is described by the instincts of life.  Where a person lives throughout his life in a struggle between these two instincts.


 * Behavioral school theory This school relies on its approach that all that a person reaches in terms of decisions or actions is the result of environmental stimuli and every stimulus results in behavior, and it interprets death as a strong stimulus and experiences that every person undergoes in his life.  Differs in intensity from person to person.  Some people grieve while others may experience severe depression, each according to his personality and life experiences.


 * The theory of the humanist school The humanist school, specifically the existentialists, believes that a person must accept the reality of death and view it as the absolute inevitable outcome that gives life meaning, and therefore he must invest his life and put his impact on it in the best way, and use it in the best ways after death.  Death sheds light on the individuality and journey of each person in society.


 * Tumblr's theory - the two factors This theory is called the two-factor theory, as the fear of death is linked to two basic factors:


 - The general state of mental health of the individual, where the more mentally unbalanced the individual, the more likely he will be exposed to obsessive fear of death.  Life experiences related to physical health where the strength of the obsessive fear of death is determined by the physical health of the person and the death experiences of the relatives they have been exposed to.


 * The theory of management of panic This theory is considered a relatively recent theory, and attributes fear to the ability of the individual to relativize analysis and formation of expectations and his perception of himself, so that these matters increase his awareness of death and appear to become condescending and emotional responses to death.


 * Lifton's theory This theory goes to the point that the idea of ​​continuity represents a defense mechanism against death, and that the individual's sense of his presence represents a catalyst that helps the individual to face death fears, and makes him aware and able to face reality,
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