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The fear is so strong that it produces a range of physical symptoms which typically may include sweating, trembling, feelings of faintness and dizziness, nausea, palpitations, hyperventilation and panic attack. There are, however, some apparent differences between the various categories of phobia, particularly with regard to their development.


Phobia of different kinds
Gynophobia
Glossophobia
Genophobia
Haphephobia
Heliophobia
Hemaphobia
Hexakosioihexe kontahexaphobia
Hippopotomonstro sesquippedaliophobia
Hydrophobia
Hypnophobia
Russophobia
Scopophobia
Paraskavedek atriaphobia
Ichthyophobia
Judeophobia
Lachanophobia
Lygophobia
Mysophobia
Monophobia
Musophobia
Necrophobia
Neophobia
Nyctophobia
Ophidiophobia
Ornithophobia
Osmophobia
Pyrophobia
Papaphobia
Pathophobia
Pediophobia
Peladophobia
Pentheraphobia
Phalacrophobia
Phasmophobia
Philophobia
Phobophobia
Photophobia
Phonophobia
Pogonophobia
Polyphobia
Selachophobia
Sinophobia
Taphephobi
Technophobia
Thanatophobia
Theophobia
Tocophobia
Toxiphobia
Triskaidekaphobia
Trypanophobia
Xanthophobia
Xenophobia
Zemmiphobia
Zoophobia


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