The most terrible fears haunt the human mind

Today will collect the most common phobia discovered by scientists.
1. Fear of height (Acrophobia)
If you have fear of standing on top of a roof or looking up at a tall building, you may be afraid of heights. While most of them think that fear of heights is due to lack of reason, then a new study has a completely different interpretation. New research shows that people with this condition are more likely to think that the height of the building is greater than it really is.

2. Fear of closed space (Claustrophobia)
Fear of closed space

Symptoms of this fear usually occur when the person is in a confined space such as an elevator, plane, etc. For serious cases, just by closing the bedroom door will also make them invisible. Same fear

3. Afraid of darkness (Nyctophobia)
Fear of darkness is one of the most common fears in children. “Children often believe in the things they imagine in the dark, like being kidnapped, taken away,” said Professor Thomas Ollendick, a psychologist who heads the Virginia Children’s Research Center. toy…”. These fears will make children feel anxious and gradually obsessed with them. Without treatment, darkness persists even when the child is an adult.
Afraid of darkness

4. Fear of Snake (Ophidiophobia)
People who carry this disease always feel scared not only when they touch the snake but even when they look at the picture or even hear others talk about the reptile. When studying adults and children, the researchers found that these patients identified solid snakes much faster when detecting frogs, flowers or butterflies.
5. Fear of spiders (Arachnophobia)
Similarly, snake fear is an extremely common animal obsession. Patients are often afraid of spider webs, even signs that a spider is wandering around. They tend to develop thoughts and promote paranoia by observing the images, motion and noise around them.

6. Fear of injection or stabbing, fear of needles (Trypanophobia)
This fear can lead to serious physiological reactions such as hypotension, fainting … In some cases, the disease becomes worse which can lead to patients avoiding medical centers. And this is not good at all.
7. Fear of thunder (Astraphobia)
The thunderous explosions of lightning or lightning flashes can make some people sweat and sweat. People with thunderstorms tend to cope with this fear by looking for “shelter,” protecting themselves where there are no windows, or hidden rooms. To treat thunderbolt, patients need support from those around them. They need to be clear about the nature of this phenomenon. In addition, they also need to persist in exercising their ability to face their own fears.
8. Afraid of illness (Nosophobia)
“Imaginary Illness” is a disorder that is associated with persistent fear of having an unknown disease. People with this disorder will become a regular “client” of the doctor, or vice versa to avoid medical treatment.
9. Afraid of some types of germs (Mysophobia AKA Germophobia)
Bacterial fevers are a severe fear of being infected by germs. This disease is related to obsessive-compulsive disorder, which is characterized by frequent hand-washing. People with this condition often think that their hands are always dirty and need to wash their hands frequently to get rid of the germs. They always think that their hands need to be washed to feel secure.
10. Fear number 13x (Triskaidekaphobia)
There is some controversy over No. 13 fear. Many scientists view it as superstition rather than a real fear. Even so, fear 13 is still very common in Western culture. So far 13 is still taboo for many people.

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