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Is fear conscious or subconscious?

Fear may be conscious or unconscious. Conscious fear results in symptoms such as palpitations and sweating. Unconscious fear is entirely outside your awareness.

What is the fear of fear called?

There’s also such a thing as a fear of fears (phobophobia). This is actually more common than you might imagine. People with anxiety disorders sometimes experience panic attacks when they’re in certain situations.

How do you say Thalassophobia?

thalassophobia Pronunciation. tha·las·so·pho·bia.

What is the clown phobia called?

The concept of the evil clown is related to the irrational fear of clowns, known as coulrophobia, a neologism coined in the context of informal “-phobia lists”.

How many recognized phobias are there?

Specific phobias are a broad category of unique phobias related to specific objects and situations. Specific phobias affect an estimated 12.5 percent of American adults. Phobias come in all shapes and sizes….The sum of all fears so far.

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Coulrophobia Fear of clowns
Cyberphobia Fear of computers
Cynophobia Fear of dogs
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What are the funniest phobias?

Here is a list of 21 weird phobias you may have never heard of:

  1. Arachibutyrophobia (Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth)
  2. Nomophobia (Fear of being without your mobile phone)
  3. Arithmophobia (Fear of numbers)
  4. Plutophobia (Fear of money)
  5. Xanthophobia (Fear of the color yellow)

What is the fear of adults called?

Anthropophobia, or the fear of people, is a commonly misunderstood phobia. It often resembles social phobia but is not precisely the same fear. Depending on the severity, anthropophobia may cause a phobic reaction even when in the company of only one other person.

Are phobias linked to OCD?

Furthermore, recent studies indicate that 7% of those with OCD also have one or more phobias. In fact, a phobia may sometimes evolve into OCD, or vice-versa. Perhaps the most significant similarity linking phobias and OCD is the cyclical process by which the symptoms of both increase.