Phobia or Morbid fear, a term of clinical phycology, is an anxiety related disorder that intensifies an overwhelming or unreasonable aversion or fear from a situation, environment, event or a place that provokes anxiety and possess a little or an unreal danger. The types of phobias include:
Common phobia fears are associated with flying insects, snakes, heights, enclosed places, highway driving, elevators, needles etc. Different psychological and physical reactions can be diagnosed with phobic people. This clinical disorder interferes with normal psychological functioning and triggers sudden panic and anxious reactions among people.
- Feeling fearful when taking off during storms and flying through turbulence
- Among children, excessive crying, tantrums or fearful clinging
- Rapid heartbeat and anxiety feeling
- Annoyance and avoidance to certain circumstances or situations
- Certain psychological reactions such as panic feeling, excessive sweating and difficulty breathing
- The inability of the mind to stay calm or stable during fearful conditions
- Exaggerating due to unreasonable or unseen fear
- Being powerless to control an intense feeling of something dreadful happening
- Psychologically irresponsive while encountering something fearful
With a range of successful Phobia treatments, Mind Plus leads with systematic treatments that involve Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Assistive Evidence-Based Treatment. Type and causes associated with Phobia are being diagnosed among suffering people to put them up for an effective and suitable psychological treatment.
During therapy sessions, imagination is empowered to control anxiety and sudden panic attacks. Gradually intense fear is controlled and phobic people are exposed to some real-life situations for training them to stabilize the mental state. Technical procedures are utilized to help sufferers understanding that nothing will happen if they have an encounter with something frightful. Depression is cured by antidepressants or other medications in serious phobic cases.