Does the idea of boarding a plane and coasting tens of thousands of feet in the air make your palms sweaty and give you a knot in your stomach?
Many people find airline travel to be unnerving especially when turbulence kicks in.
More than 20 million people suffer from aviophobia, which is a fear of flying.
From take off to landing, and turbulence along of the way, a bumpy ride doesn't help those fearful flyers.
While airplane turbulence is a perfectly normal and is very rarely dangerous, it can be hard to ignore that sinking feeling when your plane drops while thousands of feet in the air.
Apparently there is one method that could calm your fears when soaring high in the sky.
Continue to the next page to find out what it is.