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Types of Phobia
- Specific phobia: This fear has a specific trigger and can be linked to an identifiable cause that may not frequently occur in the everyday life of an individual such as thunder a snake or a clown. These are not likely to affect day-to-day living in any significant way.
- Social phobia, or social anxiety: This is a profound fear of public humiliation being singled out or being judged by others in a social situation. The idea of large social gatherings is terrifying for someone with social anxiety.
- Agoraphobia: This is a fear of situations from which it would be difficult to escape if a person were to experience extreme panic. With this type of phobia being in an elevator or being outside of the home could cause severe anxiety. It is commonly misunderstood as a fear of open spaces but it could also apply to being confined in a small space. Subsequently people with agoraphobia have an increased risk of panic disorder.