The A-Z list Of Phobias And The Solution

According to Healthline, a phobia is an excessive and irrational fear reaction. If you have a phobia, you may experience a deep sense of dread or panic when you encounter the source of your fear.

The fear can be of a certain place, situation, or object. Unlike general anxiety disorders, a phobia is usually connected to something specific.

Checkout this comprehensive list of Phobia and the Way out below…

The impact of a phobia can range from annoying to severely disabling. People with phobias often realize their fear is irrational, but they’re unable to do anything about it. Such fears can interfere with work, school, and personal relationships.
While listing all of the phobias that may exist is not possible, it can be helpful to look through a list of some of the more commonly described phobias. As you can see by looking at this list, almost any object or situation can become the source of fear.


Achluophobia Fear of darkness
Acrophobia Fear of heights
Aerophobia Fear of flying
Algophobia Fear of pain
Agoraphobia Fear of open spaces or crowds
Aichmophobia Fear of needles or pointed objects
Amaxophobia Fear of riding in a car
Androphobia Fear of men
Anginophobia Fear of angina or choking
Anthrophobia Fear of flowers
Anthropophobia Fear of people or society
Aphenphosmphobia Fear of being touched
Arachnophobia Fear of spiders
Arithmophobia Fear of numbers
Astraphobia Fear of thunder and lightning
Ataxophobia Fear of disorder or untidiness
Atelophobia Fear of imperfection
Atychiphobia Fear of failure
Autophobia Fear of being alone


Bacteriophobia Fear of bacteria
Barophobia Fear of gravity
Bathmophobia Fear of stairs or steep slopes
Batrachophobia Fear of amphibians
Belonephobia Fear of pins and needles
Bibliophobia Fear of books
Botanophobia Fear of plants


Cacophobia Fear of ugliness
Catagelophobia Fear of being ridiculed
Catoptrophobia Fear of mirrors
Chionophobia Fear of snow
Chromophobia Fear of colors
Chronomentrophobia Fear of clocks
Claustrophobia Fear of confined spaces
Coulrophobia Fear of clowns
Cyberphobia Fear of computers
Cynophobia Fear of dogs


Dendrophobia Fear of trees
Dentophobia Fear of dentists
Domatophobia Fear of houses
Dystychiphobia Fear of accidents


Ecophobia Fear of the home
Elurophobia Fear of cats
Entomophobia Fear of insects
Ephebiphobia Fear of teenagers
Equinophobia Fear of horses


Gamophobia Fear of marriage
Genuphobia Fear of knees
Glossophobia Fear of speaking in public
Gynophobia Fear of women


Heliophobia Fear of the sun
Hemophobia Fear of blood
Herpetophobia Fear of reptiles
Hydrophobia Fear of water
Hypochonria Fear of illness


Iatrophobia Fear of doctors
Insectophobia Fear of insects


Koinoniphobia Fear of rooms


Leukophobia Fear of the color white
Lilapsophobia Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes
Lockiophobia Fear of childbirth


Mageirocophobia Fear of cooking
Megalophobia Fear of large things
Melanophobia Fear of the color black
Microphobia Fear of small things
Mysophobia Fear of dirt and germs


Necrophobia Fear of death or dead things
Noctiphobia Fear of the night
Nosocomephobia Fear of hospitals
Nyctophobia Fear of the dark


Obesophobia Fear of gaining weight
Octophobia Fear of the figure 8
Ombrophobia Fear of rain
Ophidiophobia Fear of snakes
Ornithophobia Fear of birds


Papyrophobia Fear of paper
Pathophobia Fear of disease
Pedophobia Fear of children
Philophobia Fear of love
Phobophobia Fear of phobias
Podophobia Fear of feet
Porphyrophobia Fear of the color purple
Pteridophobia Fear of ferns
Pteromerhanophobia Fear of flying
Pyrophobia Fear of fire


Samhainophobia Fear of Halloween
Scolionophobia Fear of school
Selenophobia Fear of the moon
Sociophobia Fear of social evaluation
Somniphobia Fear of sleep


Tachophobia Fear of speed
Technophobia Fear of technology
Tonitrophobia Fear of thunder
Trypanophobia Fear of needles / injections


Venustraphobia Fear of beautiful women
Verminophobia Fear of germs
Wiccaphobia Fear of witches and witchcraft
Xenophobia Fear of strangers or foreigners
Zoophobia Fear of animals
Table Culled from Verywell


According to Healthline, Antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications can help calm emotional and physical reactions to fear. Often, a combination of medication and professional therapy is the most helpful.
However, whatever fear that you have, there is a lasting solution to it and it’s not a medically related solution. 
The solution is JESUS. He alone is the way out of fear of any kind including fear of death.

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