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What is Acousticophobia?
Fear of noise. Abnormal concern of experiment of Acousticophobia even when no true threat is made up.
A phobia of noise can be traced with a bad particular experiment of a noise, but often, no event of release can be assured. In almost all the examples, the fear of the noises and gives the attack to climbing, worsening with each exposure. Soon the pet can become apprehensive noises or similar events related to the noise. For example, a pet frightened of the thunder can also become frightened rain, or a frightened dog of the blows of rifle can show that fear with the only sight of a hunting shoot.
How is noise phobia (Acousticophobia) treated?
There is no guarantee that a phobia of noise can be completely solved, but in much case fear can be controlled effectively. The effectiveness of the treatment depends on a certain number of factors including/understanding severity of the phobia; how long the pet had; if it is continuous, seasonal worker, or unforeseeable; and the quantity of time the owner is laid out to make with the techniques of modification of behavior.
The first thing to remember is that you should abstain from to give rewards or the punishment. It is extremely important. To cherish, comfort, or to even say, "it is correct," can be interpreted by the pet like rewards for the apprehensive answer. In the event of relieving a dog during one to give the attack to, for example, it can announce to the pet that to give it the attack to is really something which it should have fear of. In the same way, the pet should not be punished to show fear. This will increase only its level of concern. Usually the treatment includes three other facets: drugs, changing the environment, and the modification of behavior.