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Phobias (including Fear of Flying)

A phobia is an experience of anxiety that is isolated to a particular object or situation.

It is very common to feel anxious in certain situations, but people with phobias feel they are unable to cope because they become 'too panicky'. They may avoid flying, taking the Underground, being alone or in crowded places, doing presentations and public speaking or being around certain animals such as snakes or spiders. They may also fear and avoid illnesses, needles or blood.

Phobias can become a problem when they interfere with our enjoyment of everyday life or work performance.

Psychological therapy can help to overcome phobias.

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