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Arachnophobia Arachnophobia for years has plagued different people It doesnt happen only to men women children or old people it happens to all kinds of people The statistics do show however that about 80 of all reported cases of arachnophobia occur in females and the majority of them are between the ages fifteen and sixty five The symptoms of arachnophobia are the severe fear of spiders A highly acclaimed movie was made called arachnophobia This movie led to many people catching the syndrome The year the movie was released more cases of the phobia was reported than any other year in the nineteen nineties People who have the phobia often tell their accounts of being around spiders as highly terrifying and even some physical changes One account was said as making the person feel a quickened heart beet shortage of breath higher blood pressure and of course extreme fear Physiologial changes have been seen in some people A reported case noted that one patient from a Cleveland hospital had a heightened metabolism just at the sight of a spider If scientists could find out what causes the heightened metabolism it could have a major affect on the fat lost market The causes of arachnophobia are generally caused by something from the patients past that left a bad memory in the head of the subject Some people may just be frightened badly by a spider when younger if their parents strongly tell them not to get near spiders or possibly a bite that mad them sick or maybe even if they knew somebody or had a family member that became sick from a spider bight Just merely seeing a spider eat another bug may scare someone bad enough to give them the phobia There are probably a lot of children that
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