Fear is one of the biggest obstacle people can face in life. There is 2 types of Fear, Anxiety and Phobia. This is to do with a limiting belief. Something you are saying to yourself that you can not do or have.
Phobia Is seeing something and immediately you are overwhelmed with fear. Below is a list of the top 10 phobia’s people can face.
1. Arachnophobia: The fear of spiders. This phobia tends to affect women more than men.
2. Ophidiophobia: The fear of snakes.
3. Acrophobia: The fear of heights.
4. Agoraphobia: The fear of situations in which escape is difficult. This may include crowded areas, open spaces, or situations that are likely to trigger a panic attack. People will begin avoiding these trigger events, sometimes to the point that they cease leaving their home. Approximately one third of people with panic disorder develop agoraphobia.
5. Cynophobia: The fear of dogs. This phobia is often associated with specific personal experiences, such as being bitten by a dog during childhood.
6. Astraphobia: The fear of thunder and lightning.
7. Trypanophobia: The fear of injections. Like many phobias, this fear often goes untreated because people avoid the triggering object and situation.
8. Social Phobias: The fear of social situations. In many cases, these phobias can become so severe that people avoid events, places, and people that are likely to trigger an anxiety attack.
9. Pteromerhanophobia: The fear of flying. Often treated using exposure therapy, in which the client is gradually and progressively introduced to flying.
10. Mysophobia: The fear of germs or dirt. May be related to obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Anxiety Is slower, gradual building up of fear. People use pictures or movies inside their mind of terrible things, focusing on the worst case scenario, worry and panic.
Anxiety is not emotion. It is an over-arousal of the autonomic nervous system caused by underlying emotions. When these underlying emotions are resolved, the over-arousal of the autonomic nervous system reduces and the anxiety is greatly alleviated. Emotions such as guilt, shame, regret, remorse, panic, worry, anger and temper