Phobia Cure – A-Z List of Phobias;
Most people have some fear of many of the things or situations in this list. For example, trying to avoid germs and contamination is natural. But when fear and avoidance become excessive, it’s not. For a natural fear to become a phobia, it must cause real distress, and affect the way you live day to day.
Most people would not choose to have a painful injection. But if you really have a needle phobia then you may go as far as refusing medical treatment or tests, or avoid getting pregnant. The phobias listed here are severe, irrational fears and phobias which stop you from living life normally. They preoccupy you, and can cause you (and your family and friends) inconvenience, distress and upset.
What is a phobia?
Every phobia is really just a particular type of anxiety. You feel very strong panic and fear about a certain situation or object. The body responds to this fear by giving you a shot of adrenalin.
It feels very similar to a panic attack.
You may well go to great lengths to avoid the thing you have a phobia of. This can really get in the way of enjoying life. The phobia specialists at Manchester Hypnotherapy can cure your phobia for good.
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For more information about fears and phobias, click on the alphabetical links:
Bacillophobia – Phobia of microbes, germs, bacteria and contamination. Also known as bacteriophobia, germophobia or mysophobia
Ballistophobia – Fear of missiles, bullets or projectiles; fear of being shot.
Barophobia – Fear of the dangers of gravity.
Basiphobia – Fear of walking or standing up, due to fear of falling or collapsing
Bathmophobia – Phobia of stairs or steep slopes.
Bathophobia – Fear of depths,- deep wells, lakes , pools, long dark hallways for example.
Batophobia – Phobia of being close to very high objects such as buildings or mountains.
Batrachophobia – Fear of amphibians such as frogs, toads or newts.
Bibliophobia – Phobia of books.
Blennophobia – Fear of slime or mucus. Also called myxophobia.
Bogyphobia – Fear of demons. goblins, spirits or the bogeyman.
Botanophobia – Fear of plants.
Bromidrophobia – Fear of body odour.
Brontophobia – Fear of thunder and lightening.
Bufonophobia – Phobia of toads.
Cacophobia – Fear of ugliness or ugly things.
Cainophobia – Fear of novelty or anything new.
Caligynephobia – Phobia of beautiful women. Also called venustraphobia
Carcinophobia – Fear of cancer.
Cardiophobia – Fear of the heart or heart disease.
Carnophobia – Fear of meat; of handling or eating meat.
Catagelophobia – Fear of being ridiculed or judged.
Catapedaphobia – Fear of jumping from both high and low places.
Cathisophobia – Phobia of sitting. Phobia of the pain, discomfort or feeling of being trapped associated with witting. More common in children and the elderly.
Catoptrophobia – Fear of mirrors, of bad luck associated with breaking mirrors, of seeing something besides your own reflection in a mirror. Linked to fear of the supernatural world
Cheimaphobia – Fear of cold, frost, of winter, of being cold, cold things or cold air.
Chemophobia – Phobia of chemicals, usually those described as “synthetic” or “artificial” rather than naturally occurring.
Cherophobia – Fear of fun or happiness; fear of expressing happiness.
Chionophobia – Intense fear of snow.
Chirophobia – Fear of hands.
Cholerophobia – Fear of anger. Also refers to the fear of cholera disease.
Chorophobia – Fear of dancing. Often linked with social anxiety
Chrematophobia – Fear of money.
Chromatophobia – Fear of colours. Also called chromophobia.
Chronomentrophobia – Phobia of clocks.
Chronophobia – Fear of the passage of time.
Claustrophobia – Fear of confined or small spaces, fear of being trapped, restricted, not in control or unable to escape.
Cleithrophobia – Fear of being locked in or stuck. Also called cleisiophobia.
Cleptophobia – Fear of thieves or losing property due to theft.
Climacophobia – Fear of stairs, climbing stairs or falling down stairs. Can be linked to acrophobia or bathmophobia
Clinophobia – Fear of going to bed.
Cnidophobia – Phobia of being stung by a plant or insect.
Coimetrophobia – Fear of cemeteries.
Coitophobia – Fear of sex or sexual intercourse. Also known as genophobia.
Coprastasophobia – Phobia of constipation.
Coprophobia – Fear of faeces and fecal matter.
Coulrophobia – Fear of clowns.
Cremnophobia – Fear of precipices, steep slopes or overhanging cliffs.
Cryophobia – Fear of freezing.
Crystallophobia – Fear of crystals or glass.
Cyberphobia – Fear of new technology, computers; the inability to learn new technologies.
Cyclophobia – Phobia of riding or being near bicycles.
Cymophobia – Fear of waves or swelling seas.
Cynophobia – Irrational fear of dogs.
Cyprianophobia – Fear of prostitutes or sexually transmitted disease.