Needle phobia, or plainly put the fear of needles is more common than you might think. Needle phobia the extreme fear of not just needles, but it leads to the fear of any procedure that might involve hypodermic needles. You might have heard it referred to as aichmophobia, belonephobia, or enetophobia as well.
Sadly, in turn, the fear of fainting itself can then lead to the development of a more standard phobic response. Needles produce fainting; fainting is anxiety provoking; and anxiety produces feelings of being lightheaded, sweaty, and blurred vision, which mimic the symptoms of fainting.
As much as 30 percent of people have a phobia called trypanophobia, which is a fear of needles and injections. Of those who have a fear of needles, at least 20 percent avoid medical treatment as a result. The fear of needles is both a learned and an inherited condition.
Well, now there’s an actual solution. People who need to inject liquids and medicines such as insulin, B12, or other medicinals, often fear this each day. However, Comfort-In™ has come up with a breakthrough technology that is available to the consumer and medical professionals. It’s been on the market in other countries for some years, and now you can get it in the US.