Phobias

 PHOBIAS

A Phobia is a type of anxiety disorder, defined by a persistent fear of an object or situation. The phobia typically results in a rapid onset of fear and is present for more than six months. The affected person will go to great lengths to avoid the situation or object, typically to a degree greater than the actual danger posed. If the feared object or situation cannot be avoided, the affected person will have significant distress.

Improve the state of your mind and improve your life. We have recreated different exposure environments in controlled virtual reality that will make you live the experience by training your mind for a better management and overcoming the fears and fears that induce you to suffer: claustrophobia, agoraphobia and acrophobia.

Claustrophobia Environment

mind claustrophobia Pyramid of Keops

The user is located in the Guiza Valley in Egypt, will undertake an exploration through time. You will visit the interior of the Great Pyramid of Keops. A tour through passageways and cameras. During the tour you will be assisted by emergency exits that will allow you to leave the Pyramid.

• 3D tour with 360º vision
• Difficulty levels: soft / hard. No time limit
Purchase: 27.00€

Agoraphobia Environment

Mind Agoraphobia in Antarctica

The user is located in the southernmost city of the world Ushuaia in Argentina. You will enter an icebreaker to cross the Drake Passage, travel through snowy, lonely and inhospitable lands. You will contemplate southern auroras as they collide against the magnetosphere. During the trip you will be assisted by emergency exits.

• 3D tour with 360º vision
• Difficulty levels: soft / hard. No time limit
Purchase: 27.00€
Release date: December 2018

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Acrophobia Environment

Mind Metropolitan Acrophobia

The user is at the top of a building and only has in front of him a wooden board, an object that he must use to achieve his objective: to reach the building opposite located at a lower height.

• 3D tour with 360º vision
• Difficulty levels: soft / hard. No time limit
Purchase: 27.00€
Release date: December 2018

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 DEFINITION

 APPLICATIONS

 ADVANTAGES

Claustrophobia: fear of enclosed spaces.

Claustrophobia is a common fear. When people have this phobia, they feel anxious or panicky when they find themselves in enclosed spaces such as elevators, rooms without windows or other situations.

Like most phobias, claustrophobia is irrational. Even if a person knows that the enclosed space poses no danger, they may become extremely panicky.

Symptoms: Feelings of restlessness, anxiety, sweating, crying, panic attacks, increased heart rate, difficulty breathing.

  • People suffering from claustrophobia.
  • You will feel safer in an enclosed space.
  • It will increase the feeling of freedom.
  • You’ll lead a normal life, without being conditioned by the type of places and environments.
  • Greater self-esteem.
  • Increased energy level.
  • You’ll feel more optimistic.
  • Decreased anxiety.

Agoraphobia: fear of public spaces.

Agoraphobia can be defined as fear and avoidance of public places and being away from home based on anticipating high levels of anxiety or the onset of panic attacks.

It can also be considered as the fear of being in places or situations where it can be difficult or embarrassing to escape or where it can be difficult to get help in the event of a panic attack.

Symptoms: dizziness, drooping, depersonalization, derealization, loss of sphincter control, vomiting or cardiac discomfort.

  • People suffering from agoraphobia.
  • You’ll feel safer in a public space.
  • Greater sociability.
  • It will increase the feeling of freedom.
    You’ll lead a normal life, without being conditioned by the type of places and environments.
  • Greater self-esteem.
  • Increased energy level.
  • You’ll feel more optimistic.
  • Decreased anxiety.

Acrophobia: fear of heights or vertigo.

Acrophobia is the irrational and exaggerated fear of heights or falling. Acrophobia is a fear that develops emotional responses when a person is at a certain height. This is an exaggeration of the fear of heights, which produces psychological distress or some kind of impediment to doing normal life activities.

When the person avoids heights, there is no problem. But when he can’t help it, he has a nervous breakdown and can develop a series of behaviors that make him feel really bad.

Symptoms: increased heart rate, increased body temperature, muscle tension, digestive problems, tremors and dizziness.

  • People suffering from acrophobia.
  • You’ll feel safer.
  • It will increase the feeling of freedom.
  • You’ll lead a normal life, without being conditioned by the type of places and environments.
  • Greater self-esteem.
  • Increased energy level.
  • You’ll feel more optimistic.
  • Decreased anxiety.