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Most people have a phobia or fear of something according to the National Institute of Mental Health NIMH about four to five percent of Americans at least 72 million people experience a clinically significant phobia To be able to actually treat a phobia a person must have to understand it The kinds of phobias symptoms and treatments can all be related in the world of phobias There are many different phobias within the human population such as Social Agoraphobia and Acrophobia Social phobia is the overwhelming and disabling fear of disapproval in social settings Social phobia is also one of a wide variety of phobias that has been known as far as research can explain Social phobia may develop as a result of panic attacks On the contrary Agoraphobia is the fear of open places It is also the fear of being in a place or situation from which escape might be difficult or embarrassing On the other hand Acrophobia is the fear of heights or unable to be in high places This is also known as a common fear that most people have that have a fear of falling from high places Many people may feel the same symptoms even though they might have a different phobia than one another but have different causes Most of the time a person reacting to their phobia usually experiences blushing sweating trembling rapid heart beat muscle tension nausea or other stomach discomfort lightheadedness or other symptoms of anxiety Similarly phobic disorders are also involved and that a phobia may focus on something as common as water and the person may not shower Another cause is psychological disorders Psychological disorders are caused by unconscious desires These are desires that a person has that had been taught badly such as bad childhood memories solitary confinement over a period of time and many other bad experiences may be a cause towards a persons phobia Different types of treatments may be
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