Common phobias include:
Specific phobias usually develop during childhood and are twice as likely to be diagnosed in women compared to men. More than 75 per cent of people with a specific phobia experience multiple phobias over their lifetime.
Specific phobia is characterised by:
A diagnosis of a specific phobia is made when these symptoms are present for six months or longer and cause the person significant distress, or interfere with important aspects of the person’s life, such their work or relationships.
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