Subjective anxiety refers to anxiety as described by the patient or sufferer.
Anxiety (also called angst or worry) is a psychological and physiological state characterized by somatic, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral components.
Anxiety can be experienced differently by different people. Symptoms vary in a wide range and can also be subjective.
There is no specific term for fear of cereal.
Fear of food though is Cibophobia.
Hypnotherapy helps to reprogram your subconscious "programs" that may be part of your fear. When these programs are "de-bugged" the symptoms of Frog Phobia often are minimized. However, some people don't like the feeling of loss of control in allowing someone else to play with their personal "software". Hypnotherapy does appear to be effective in many cases. Often only one or two sessions are needed. Hypnotherapy is safe and works fast. There are also other options for overcoming a phobia. Immersion is one of them. The aim of this procedure is to overload the mind with the stimulus to the point that exposure to that level again is impossible and therefore normal exposure is not frightening. Read as: You will be locked in a small room filled with frogs and no amount of shouting, screaming or throwing yourself against the walls will get you let out. This procedure is invasive and frightening, and therefore not popular. Volunteering to be locked in a room with something you are terrified of is not a very pleasant prospect. It is often used only when the phobia is interfering with somebody's life, ie refusing to leave the house for fear of encountering a frog. Another option is gradual exposure. At first you might be asked to look at pictures of frogs, then to touch them. Eventually this might progress, over days or even weeks, to being in the same room as a frog, standing next to somebody holding a frog, touching a frog and eventually handling a frog. There are also ways to manage a phobia without actually overcoming it - asking somebody to remove all the frogs from your house and yard, and trying to avoid being in places that frogs frequent. If you choose this option, please have the frogs relocated instead of killing them. They don't deserve to die because you don't like them.
Its the same as the fear of books - Bibliophobia.
Thaasophobia is the fear of being idle, i.e. the fear of boredom.
Gouwuchephobia is the fear of shopping carts. However, only one reference to this can be found on the web.
What kind of cake is it? Is it a chocolate cake, or vanilla? Shoot, is it strawberry?
Furthermore, is it ice cream cake or regular?
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Currently, there is no official name for the fear of emus.
Fear of Asians is called sinophobia.
1. blinked sweat from my eyes
2. My heart almost stopped beating
3. His eyes staring in disbelief
4. Wild with fear
5. My stomach turned to ice
6. Frozen to the spot
7. They hurried along the silent alley, as though driven by shuddering fear.
8. Terror held me like a vice-like grip.
9. The torture of my indecision and fear threatened to crush me.
10. Those death-like eyes, devoid of all emotions...
11. Like the cold breath of a grave, her words seemed to cut my very soul.
12. I was strickened into silence.
13. A ghastly whiteness spread over her face.
14. His face a frozen in a glassy stare of horror
15. I stared at the corpse with a grim and shuddering fascination.
16. An uncomfortable premonition of fear pervaded his senses.
Autophobia is the fear of being alone and unwanted.
It is a rare phobia and few people suffer from it. I myself have omphalophobia and I personally don't know anyone else who has it.
Bathophobia. The Greek root, bathy, means deep.
Luposlipaphobia An abnormal, persistent fear of of being pursued by timber wolves around a kitchen table while wearing socks on a newly waxed floor. ; However, some believe that it is not a real phobia, and was invented for a Far Side cartoon.
tonitrophobia is the fear of lightning and thunder
staracaphobia which comes comes from the word stare.
Cheezaphobia is the fear of globes. Contrary to popular belief, globaphobia is not the fear of globes, but in fact the fear of balloons. Hope this helps!
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