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We are afraid to make mistakes because it is generally followed by a negative outcome. As a consequence of making a mistake we either get reprimanded or get socially embarrassed or displease someone whose approval is important to us. None of the possible outcomes of making a mistake is pleasant...Read More

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B. Wright

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Some may assume that phobia and fear are the same but they have some slight differences. Fear is the feeling of not wanting to do something because of the possible consequences of because of the unknown. When people feel fear, they would need to be coaxed in order to continue doing the actions....Read More

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Claustrophobia is an extreme or irrational fear of enclosed or confined spaces. This condition is one of the most common type of phobias, those with this problem will also want to avoid situation that might trigger their fears. Millions of people all over the world experience...Read More

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Definitely, a number of people have died as a result of claustrophobia not really because of the fear generated but because situation like panic attacks can lead to complicated health issues like heart attack, cardiac arrest. Some died because they did not get the needed treatment that would...Read More

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Phobia is an extreme or intense fear of something or situations. Claustrophobia is a fear of an enclosed space or fear of being put into a small place where there is no escape route. One general thing about people with phobias is that, they tend to be afraid of anything or situation that might...Read More

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Definitely, claustrophobia has the capacity to disturb someone's mental health. Mental disorder is referred to various mental conditions that affect our behavior, thinking or mood. Examples of mental disorder are depression, behavioral disorder and anxiety disorder, under which claustrophobia...Read More

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T. Lopez

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It can be confusing for a lot of people to know the differences between agoraphobia and social phobia. Agoraphobia is often described as an intense fear of being in a place that is super crowded. This means that if the person is alone in a public place, it may cause a fear that will make people...Read More

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Claustrophobia can be defined as the fear of enclosed spaces or fear of being put into a small place where there is no escape route. This kind of condition is a form of anxiety disorder and can lead to a severe panic attack. Have you ever been put into a small place and you started developing...Read More

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Phobia is an irrational or obsessive fear of certain situations or objects. If a person is suffering from high level of anxiety, the person is at the verge of developing phobia for that thing. Claustrophobia is an anxiety disorder which usually results to an uncontrollable and irrational fear...Read More

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