Phobias

Phobias

Phobias are the fears that humankind and animal-kind have, but how do they arise Do they arise from past instances, and/or are they learned from other people How does the body react to these phobias These instances must be traumatic or else why would they cause any distortions When the fear is learned from one being to the other, does this mean it is contagious, or it can be spread to all of the population {1}
Phobias are a branch of sudden panic disorders. A sudden panic disorder is a disorder characterized by a fairly constant state of moderate anxiety and occasional attacks of sudden increased heart rate, chest pains, difficulty breathing (hyperventilation), sweating, faintness, and trembling. Phobia comes from the Greek word phobos, meaning fearing. A Phobia is a severe avoidance of other people and an especially strong fear of doing anything in public. Well-established phobias can last a lifetime, which is why it is so hard to overcome a phobia. It is so deeply rooted in the person, some have to go through a lifetime of therapy. {2}
Phobias can be learned from other beings, or they can arise because of traumatic instances in life. It has been shown through

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