WHAT IS PHOBIA?
Phobia is usually known as persistent fear of an object or extreme situation in which the person commits to great lengths. It is an intense fear of something that, may occur in reality, poses little or no in real danger, but may affect a lot on normal life. It refers to the anxiety group. It is a lasting and unreasonable fear caused by the presence of specific situations or objects. Most phobia’s are developed in early childhood stage and usually go away over time, but they also develop in adult due to certain reasons. Adults having a specific phobia, feel that the fear is excessive and unreasonable, yet are unable to overcome it. If you have a phobia then you just think about the feared object that make you anxious. Understanding your unreasonable phobia is the first step to overcoming it. You can automatically overcome your fear by recognise your phobia, no matter how out of control it feel. Because phobia’s conditions are manageable and also curable and in most of the cases they disappear by its own without treatment. Here are some symptoms of specific phobias.
SYMPTOMS OF SPECIFIC PHOBIAS:
Symptoms of phobias can be divided in to two categorizes;
- Physical symptoms 2. Emotional symptoms
Both divisions of phobia’s symptoms and signs affects a lot on human health.
PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS OF PHOBIA:
- Feeling dizziness, faint and unsteady.
- Abdominal distress (nausea, constipation etc).
- Feeling of choking.
- Irrational fear of specific objects.
- Chill or hot flashes.
- Inner body shaking and trembling.
- Feeling of tightness or chest pain.
- Cold sweating.
- Severe head ache.
- Quick drop of blood pressure.
- Speed up heart beat.
- Feeling of nausea.
- A sense of unreality.
- Fear of losing control.
- Feeling un-real.
- Over reacting in situation.
- Going crazy.
- Feeling of pain and anxiety.
- Feeling powerless.
- Feeling like you are no more.
- Intense feeling to escape from situation.
CAN PHOBIAS BE PREVENTED?
The good new is for those who are suffering from some specific phobia’s, that it is manageable and also curable, up to some extend but it cannot be prevented.
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