Phobia and its Treatment

Phobia is a kind of anxiety disorder, demarcated by an insistent and extreme fear of an object or condition. The phobia typically results in a sudden commencement of terror and is present for more than six months. The exaggerated person will go to countless extents to elude the circumstances or object, to a degree larger than the genuine danger posed. If the dreaded object or situation cannot be evaded, the affected person will have substantial distress.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be useful by permitting the tolerant to encounter dysfunctional opinions or beliefs by being aware of their own feelings, with the goal that the patient will understand that his or her fear is irrational.

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