What is Aquaphobia the Fear of? Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
Aquaphobia is the condition of extreme fear of water. This fear may interfere with the quality of one’s life. A person with Aquaphobia may fear from travelling across bridges over water, he might also avoid swimming and boating. Symptoms are elevated heart rate, hyperventilation, sweating, nausea and trembling. Causes include past unpleasant incident that happened in water or in its surroundings like drowning of a family member. Watching water related accidents in movies and reading about them can also generate this phobia. People living in deserts can also encounter this phobia at the sight of a huge sea. Treatment is bases on psychotherapy.
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