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[21 Jan 2013 | No Comment | ]

Gamophobia – An exaggerated or irrational fear of marriage
Symptoms of Gamophobia
Irrational fear
Feeling of panic
Feeling of terror
Feeling of dread
Rapid heartbeat
Shortness of breath
Trembling
Anxiety
Extreme avoidance measures taken
Causes of Gamophobia
Phobias and philias
Anxiety conditions
Mental health conditions
Treatment List for Gamophobia
* Behavior therapy, anti-anxiety medication
* Psychotherapy
* Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
* Behavioral therapy
Exposure therapy
* Relaxation techniques – controlled breathing, visualisation
* Medication
* Medications to treat anxiety may be utilised, but there are no     studies that support the efficacy of medication in the treatment of specific phobias

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

What is Koinoniphobia?
Koinoniphobia is the worry of rooms stuffed with people. The origin of the phrase koini is Greek (meaning frequent or shared) and phobia is Greek (meaning fear). Koinoniphobia is taken into account to be a particular phobia, which is mentioned on the home page. Koinoniphobia is a type of Claustrophobia (fear of confined spaces).

What are the causes?
It is generally accepted that phobias come up from a mix of exterior events (i.e. traumatic events) and inner predispositions (i.e. heredity or genetics). Many particular phobias can be traced back to …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

Kleptophobia, or fear of theft, can really be used to explain two distinct fears. The first is a fear of being stolen from or robbed. The second is a fear of stealing from someone else. The two fears are sometimes related and should exist simultaneously.
Causes of Kleptophobia
Both forms of kleptophobia are often, however not always, triggered by a detrimental event. For example, when you have been robbed at gunpoint, you’re at higher danger of creating a concern of being robbed. Likewise, if in case you have ever been a thief, …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

Katagelophobia – fear of ridicule, can be defined as an intense fear of something that does not actually pose a threat. This fear is generally accepted to be irrational, but irregardless it can be very troubling to face this phobia. Sometimes attempting to face it can cause panic or anxiety attacks.
Symptoms of Katagelophobia – breathlessness, extreme sweating, nausea, dry mouth, feeling sick, shaking, coronary heart palpitations, inability to speak or suppose clearly, a worry of dying, becoming mad or shedding control, a sensation of detachment …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

Kakorrhaphiophobia is an intense, irrational fear of failure or defeat. The person coping with this phobia may fear failure in every single side of their life and should feel that they must constantly show themselves as being better, more in a position and extra competent than others. A kakorrhaphiophobic individual might aggressively compete with peers, household members, co-workers and will obsessively search acknowledgment of their achievements. This morbid concern of failure can consume the phobic person-s each thought.
Kakorrhaphiophobia derives from the Greek phrase -kakos-, meaning bad and -phobos- meaning fear. …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

In psychology, neophobia is defined as the persistent and abnormal fear of anything new. In its milder form, it may possibly manifest because the unwillingness to strive new issues or break from routine.
In biomedical research, neophobia is usually associated with the examiner of taste. Food neophobia is a crucial concern in pediatric psychology.
Neophobia can also be a widespread finding in growing old animals, although apathy might also explain, or contribute to explain, the dearth of exploratory drive systematically noticed in aging. Researchers argued that the shortage of exploratory drive was …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

Pogonophobia is defined as the fear of beards.
Symptoms of Pogonophobia
* Irrational concern or dislike of beards
* Feeling of panic
* Feeling of terror
* Feeling of dread
* Rapid heartbeat
* Shortness of breath
* Nausea
* Dry mouth
* Trembling
* Anxiety
Causes
Phobias and philias
Anxiety conditions
Mental well being conditions
Treatment List for Pogonophobia
The record of treatments talked about in numerous sources for Pogonophobia includes the next list. Always seek skilled medical advice about any therapy or change in treatment plans.
* Behavior therapy, anti-anxiety medicine
* Psychotherapy
* Cognitive-behavioral remedy (CBT)
* Behavioral therapy
* Exposure therapy
* Relaxation techniques – managed breathing, …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

Symptoms of Pnigophobia
* Irrational concern of choking or smothering
* Feeling of panic
* Feeling of terror
* Feeling of dread
* Rapid heartbeat
* Shortness of breath
* Nausea
* Dry mouth
* Trembling
* Anxiety
* Extreme avoidance measures taken
What are the indicators of Pnigophobia?
The phrase “signs of Pnigophobia” should, strictly speaking, refer only to those signs and symptoms of Pnigophobia that are not readily apparent to the patient. The word “symptoms of Pnigophobia” is the more general meaning; see signs of Pnigophobia.
The indicators and symptom information on this page attempts to supply a checklist of some attainable …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

Plutophobia is defined as an intense worry of something that doesn’t pose a direct danger. While adults with Plutophobia understand that these fears are irrational, they usually find that facing, or even serious about facing, the feared situation brings on a panic attack or extreme anxiety.
Symptoms of Plutophobia – Fear of wealth: breathlessness, extreme sweating, nausea, dry mouth, feeling sick, shaking, heart palpitations, inability to talk or think clearly, a fear of dying or changing into mad, a sensation of detachment from reality or a full blown nervousness attack.
Plutophobia Treatment …

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[20 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

Placophobia is an intense, irrational worry of cemeteries and of tombstones or grave markers. The placophobic person may be intensely frightened of death. This person may additionally fear anything related to death, akin to caskets or a hearse. The individual coping with this phobia may avoid going to the cemetery service of a liked one or could avoid ever visiting the grave.
What Causes Placophobia?
As is the case with all phobias, the particular person coping with Placophobia has experienced a real-life trauma. That traumatic expertise is then robotically and consistently associated …