Overcoming Alektorophobia, or Fear of Chickens

Fear of Chicken Noodles: What Is It?

The word “Alek” means fear in several languages. Some believe it comes from the ancient Greek word for fear, alekos which means to run away. Others say it’s derived from the Arabic word al-Ketir meaning to flee or hide. Either way, it refers to hiding under one’s bed while having a panic attack because you’re afraid of something scary lurking underneath there!

The word “noodle” is another name for chicken.

So what does all this mean?

Well, if you think about it, fear of chicken is just a form of anxiety that causes you to have a panic attack when faced with the thought of eating chicken. It’s not actually the actual food itself that scares you so much as it’s association with other things like spiders or snakes.

If you’ve ever had a panic attack after eating chicken, then you’ll understand why some people are scared of the idea of eating chicken. You might even feel a little weird about yourself afterward. If that happens, don’t worry; it’s perfectly normal to experience feelings of unease when confronted with new foods.

Just remember that these feelings will pass once you eat the food again and enjoy your meal!

Overcoming Fear Of Chicken Noodles: How To Deal With It?

Most of the time, fears are caused by a bad experience with something. For instance, if you fell down a well once and got attacked by a swarm of bees, you might develop a fear of wells or bees. In this case, your phobia is caused by eating improperly prepared chicken. If you can remember the event that gave rise to your fear of eating chicken, re-experience it in your mind until the point where the fear starts to develop. Once you reach that point, stop and take a few deep breaths. Then, force yourself to continue the experience until the fear subsides. Once the fear subsides, you can let go of the memory and return to reality. By repeating this process several times, you can effectively cure yourself of your fear of eating chicken!

There are other techniques that are equally as effective. These include exposure therapy, in which you face your fears by visiting the source of them, and visualization, in which you imagine yourself in a safe environment and let go of fear as it arises. If none of these sound appealing to you, there are many herbal supplements on the market that can cure or help cure your alektorophobia, including rosemary, passionflower, lemon balm, and more.

If you’re looking to avoid pharmaceuticals, however, these are some good options.

If you have alektorophobia or any other form of anxiety, and the techniques listed above aren’t working for you, that’s okay too. Talk to a professional about your condition and they should be able to help you out in one way or another. You can find a psychologist near you using the search bar below!

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Discover Your Fear Of Eating Chicken Is Natural!

Let’s face it: the joke’s over. It’s time to put away childish things and grow out of your fear of eating chicken. You can do it!

Start by taking our free fear of eating chicken test to help pinpoint the source of your phobia. Then, take action by clicking on one of the experiential articles below to start facing your fears today!

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Perancangan Buku Interaktif Sebagai Media Terapi Zoophobia untuk Anak-anak Usia 4-6 Tahun. by M Antony, RE McCabe – 2005 – New Harbinger Publications

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