19 weird phobias
Phobia is a strange thing that can turn ordinary things into a source of fear.
Let’s take a look at this list of 19 phobias. Can you see it safely at last, or where can you find a shot?
1, fear of heights fear of heights This is probably the most “normal” of phobias.
The exact height varies from person to person, but many people will feel like they are feeling dizzy and swollen.
If it is in a dangerous place, then fear is normal, and some experts even think that those who are not afraid have problems.
However, people who are afraid of heights can feel very scared even in a place known to be safe, such as a tall enclosed building.
Some people even get dizzy only a few meters high.
2. Trypophobia Dense Phobia Dense phobia was named only in 2005, and the number of such phobias is alarmingly high.
This phobia is difficult to understand, but is basically triggered by densely distributed small holes, such as honeycombs, ant nests, and lotus seeds.
And netizens found happiness in the misfortunes of others, and PS had a lot of pictures full of lotus seeds.
3. Megalophobia great phobia. This includes all huge objects.
These are usually giant statues and artworks that are much larger than real.
In front of these objects, the person with this phobia will be unable to move.
4, phobia clown phobia clown was originally ridiculous, and many children who grew up afraid of growing up clowns are now grown up to become afraid of clowns.
In particular, Uncle McDonald’s was shot. See how cute he is, innocent, and human and animal harmless.
5. Fear of scissor scissors, needles, pencils, knives, etc.
Everything that is sharp is afraid.
And sometimes this fear comes from the fact that patients are worried that they pick up sharp objects around them to poke passersby .
This is an obsessive-compulsive disorder that is too concerned with your appearance, and may even worsen into schizophrenia.
Many patients have cosmetic surgery, but because it is a mental illness, they are unlikely to be satisfied with the outcome.
And extreme patients will even self-destruct.
7, Triskaidekaphobia 13 The number 13 in Western culture has a long history, so many people are extremely afraid of this number, especially when the 13th of a month is Friday.
In China, South Korea and Japan, the number is 4, which is linked to death.
8. Fear of sinking holes. Fear of puddles. This phobia has no name.
It is mainly a sink for drainage in a dam.
Fear Fear people can’t see the bottom of it and feel sucked in.
Some people even think that they are connected to another time and space, and feel that some force is pulling them into it.
9. Has Socmephobia social media phobia ever felt that it is impossible to leave Facebook and Weibo, and after checking for new things, feel obstructed and do not want to go back and watch?
The terrible jealousy and failure of friends when showing off their work and good social life can cause a sense of social loneliness and cause this phobia.
10. People with phobias are treated as phobias. Being stared at by others is likely to frighten some people.
When they are in the crowd and are staring, the movements become awkward, causing more people to stare.
So they don’t like being in the crowd or even rearview mirrors.
People with a social disability are usually afraid to be stared at.
11, claustrophobia claustrophobia everyone has heard of.
Fear of being in an enclosed space and unable to escape is reused in the film.
This is really terrifying to anyone, but for some people it can be terrifying to elevators, trains, or even closed rooms.
12. Xenophobia rejects vomiting. Everyone does not like vomiting, but it is inevitable.
People who cause this phobia will avoid driving anything that could cause anyone to vomit, such as the tibia, boat, etc.Experts say it is likely that they had painful vomiting memories as a child, or had been vomited on their bodies.
13, phobia mirror phobia locker room, hair salon, or rearview mirror.
If a person is even afraid of his reflection, this is often unrealistic.
14, Pediophobia doll phobia, some people are some specific dolls, while others are afraid of all dolls.
This fear can cause the doll to resemble humans, and cause confusion in the brain.
Maybe it was a child’s night to wake up and mistake the doll at the bedside into a monster.
15, spider phobia Spider phobia This is a very common phobia, especially for women.
This fear is often unreasonable, especially in the UK, where spiders are usually harmless and smaller than small fingernails.
But if you are in Victoria, this fear is much more reasonable.
16, Odontophobia dentist phobia Everyone is afraid of seeing a dentist.
As the saying goes, “a toothache is not a disease, but it hurts people.”
If someone would rather bear the terrible pain than go to the dentist, you can probably imagine how scared they are about the dentist.
17, phone phobia Phone phobia This fear can be so serious that even ringing the phone can panic the patient.
It is always a ringtone, and it is not enough to adjust it to vibration. The patient will feel that his pocket is constantly vibrating.
18. Mysophobia dust phobia This is an obsessive-compulsive disorder that is afraid of being infected by bacteria that are not visible to the naked eye.
Even in a seemingly clean environment, hands are constantly washed and disinfected.
Even so, they still felt that they were not clean enough.
19, Masklophobia mascot phobia is not because of their size or strange appearance, but their expressionless faces.
Especially for children whose expressions are how people feel, then the constant face can be especially scary.
That’s why babies cry at Disneyland.
Unchanging expressions are linked to death.
Yes, the fear of mascots is similar to the fear of zombies, so it can’t be said that it makes no sense .