` Phobias from strange to common probably you didn’t know !!

` Phobias from strange to common probably you didn’t know !!

Phobias are one of the most common mental illnesses that has over passed the human generation for so long. The National institute of Mental Health Suggest that about 8% of US adults have been suffering from some type of phobia. And it is interesting that women are been more occupied with experiencing phobias than men. Weired,right?But the foremost thing that need to be remembered is that virtually any object can become a fear object. Because of this, any attempt at a completely exhaustive list of phobias would simply be an exercise in futility.

When someone has a phobia , they experience intense fear of a certain object or situation. Phobias can be different than regular fears as they cause significant distress , possibly interfering with life at any situation. Phobias come in all shapes and sizes. Because there are an infinite no. of objects and many more phobias still on research,the list of specific phobias is quite long. As there is no official list of phobias, so typically researchers name them by combining a Greek prefix that describes the phobia with the -phobia suffix.

Phobias are one of the most common mental illnesses that has over passed the human generation for so long. The National institute of Mental Health Suggest that about 8% of US adults have been suffering from some type of phobia.

TYPES OF PHOBIAS

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Alektorophobia: fear of chicken

Acrophobia: fear of height

Aerophobia: fear of flying

Apotemnophobia: fear of people with amputations

Arachnophobia: fear of spider

Astrophobia: fear of thunder

Autophobia: fear of being alone

Agoraphobia: fear of places

Achluophobia: fear of darkness

Algophobia: fear of pain

Aichmophobia: fear of needles

Amaxophobia: fear of riding car

Androphobia: fear of men

Anthophobia: fear of flower.

Aphenphosmphobia: fear of being touched

Atelophobia: fear of imperfection

Athazagoraphobia: fear of being forgotten or ignored or fear of forgetting

Acousticphobia: fear of sound

Alliumphobia: fear of garlic

Aurophobia: fear of gold

Automatophobia: fear of thing that false represent a sentient being, including ventriloquist dummies, animatronic creatures, mannequins and wax statues

Anatidaephobia: fear of being watched by duck

Bathmophobia: fear of stairs

Bibliophobia: fear of books

Batrachophobia: fear of amphibians

Blennophobia: fear of slime, mucus

Bogyphobia: fear of bogeys or bogeyman

Cacophobia: fear of ugliness

Catagelophobia: fear of being ridiculed

Cataptrophobia: fear of mirrors

Chionophobia: fear of snow

Cherophobia: fear of happiness

Claustrophobia: fear of being in an enclosed space

Chromophobia: fear of colors

Chronomentrophobia: fear of clock

Cynophobia: fear of dogs

Cyberphobia: fear of computers

Coulrophobia: fear of clowns

Dendrophobia: fear of trees

Domatophobia: fear of houses

Dystychiphobia: fear of accident

Dextrophobia: fear of things of your right side

Ecclesiophobia: fear of churches

Elurophobia: fear of cat

Ephibiphobia: fear of teenagers

Epistamophobia: fear of knowledge

Euophobia: fear of good news

Ereuthophobia: fear of blushing

Gamophobia: fear of marriage

Genuphobia: fear of knee

Cryophobia: fear of ice or cold

Gephyrophobia: fear of crossing a bridge

Glossophobia: fear of speaking in public

Geniophobia: fear of chin

Gynophobia: fear of women

Gymnophobia: fear of naked person

Heliophobia: fear of sun

Hemophobia: fear of blood

Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia: fear of number “666”

Hippopotomonstrosisquipedaliophobia: fear of long words

Hylophobia: fear of forests

Hypochondria: fear of illness

Hypnophobia: fear of sleep

Iatrophobia: fear of doctors

Ichthyophobia: fear of fish

Kenophobia: fear of open or empty spaces or voids

Koinoniphobia: fear of room full of people

Kathisophobia: fear of sitting

Lilapsophobia: fear of tornadoes and hurricanes

Lockiophobia: fear of childbirth

Lachanophobia: fear of vegetables

Mageirocophobia: fear of cooking

Mysophobia: fear of germs

Mycophobia: fear of mushroom

Nephophobia: fear of clouds

Necrophobia: fear of death or dead things

Noctiphobia: fear of night

Nosocomephobia: fear of hospitals

Nyctophobia: fear of dark

Nomophobia: fear of service plan of phone loss

Onomatophobia: fear of names

Obesophobia: fear of gaining weight

Ombrophobia: fear of rain

Ophidiophobia: fear of snakes

Ornithophobia: fear of birds

Papyrophobia: fear of papers

Pathophobia: fear of diseases

Pediophobia: fear of dolls

Philophobia: fear of love

Podophobia: fear of feet

Pogonophobia: fear of beards

Pyrophobia: fear of fire

Pantherophobia: fear of mother-in-law

Peladophobia: fear of bald

Quintaphobia: fear of five (5)

Samhainophobia: fear of Halloween

Scolionophobia: fear of school

Scopophobia: fear of being watched or stared at

Somniphobia: fear of sleep

Selenophobia: fear of moon

Sciaphobia: fear of shadows

Spectrophobia: fear of mirror

Taphophobia: fear of being buried alive

Tachophobia: fear of speed

Thalassophobia: fear of sea or of sea travel

Tocophobia: fear of giving birth

Trypanophobia: fear of needles injections

Trypophobia: fear of disgust of closely packed holes

Turophobia: fear of cheese

Urophobia: fear of urine

Venustraphobia: fear of beautiful women

Verbophobia: fear of words

Wiccaphobia: fear of witches

Xerophobia: fear of dry things

Xanthophobia: fear of yellow color

Xylophobia: fear of wood

Zoophobia: fear of animals

To sum up,phobias can be a source of genuine and ongoing distress for an individual. However, they are treatable in most cases, and very often the source of fear is avoidable. So,if you suffer from certain phobia , the one thing you should never be afraid of is seeking help. A good counseling and medication can be an best option to overcome such phobias and live a happy and meaningful life. Cheers!!

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