Common phobias include the fear of public places, social situations, enclosed spaces, spiders and bees, according to WebMD. The names for these phobias are agoraphobia, social phobia, claustrophobia, arachnophobia and apiphobia, respectively. When people fear animals in general, they have a conditio
Arachnophobia, acrophobia, agoraphobia, cynophobia and ophidiophobia are some common phobias, according to About.com. Other common phobias include astraphobia, social phobias, trypanophobia, pteromerhanophobia and mysophobia. A phobia is an anxiety disorder characterized by extreme fear that causes
Some common fears and phobias are the fear of spiders, heights, confined spaces and snakes, according to About.com. Some others on the list are a fear of dogs and a fear of thunder and lightning. There are also some phobias that are associated with anxiety and panic attacks, including acrophobia, ag
According to About.com, there is no specific phobia for someone who is afraid of fruit, but someone who has Cibophobia is afraid of food in general. This phobia covers a lot of different irrational fears of food, including being afraid of fruit.
According to Phobia Source, the phobia of glass and crystal is hyelophobia or hyalophobia. The experience or threat of traumatic injuries caused by cuts from glass are one reason a person has hylephobia.
Kinemortophobia is the fear of zombies, and the victim of arachibutyrophobia is afraid of peanut butter sticking to the roof of his mouth, according to Reader's Digest. The person with phobophobia fears fear itself. The person troubled with Genuphobia fears knees. Aulophobia sufferers fear flutes. W
Some uncommon phobias include coulrophobia, somniphobia, xanthophobia, turophobia, omphalophobia, hylophobia, ombrophobia, nomophobia, uranophobia, papaphobia, trypophobia, pogonophobia and triskaidekaphobia, according to an article in The Telegraph. These types of phobias are known as specific phob
According to Phobia Source, the term metathesiophobia is used to describe fear of changes. It describes an irrational and undesirable fear of a future different from the status quo of present day.
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