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Do You Suffer from a Fear of Hospitals?
The fear of hospitals has a name: nosocomephobia, a very common but rarely discussed phobia. You’re afraid of going to the hospital, and it’s not just because of those gowns that let everyone in on your rear view. Few people really love going to the hospital, but for some people, the thought of going to the hospital can trigger a panic attack.
We’ve all heard the stories: hospitals are a breeding ground for
bacteria, people go in for one thing and come out sick with something
else, or someone else has died from a hospital error. This is enough to
make the average person cautious about a hospital environment and can
make the nosocomephobic avoid very necessary medical treatment.
Here’s what you can do to reduce your fear of hospitals when you have to go in for treatment:
- Make sure you take your medical history, especially if you see more than one doctor. Having that information on hand will save your medical team time.
- Read all of the information you’re given when you sign in. Many of us just sign all those papers, but you really do need to know what you’re signing.
- Make friends with your nurses. The majority of your routine care will be given by nurses and the old adage is true: if you are nice to them, they will be nice to you—and that will make your hospital stay a whole lot easier