Phobias come in many different forms. Acrophobia is the fear of heights. Aviophobia is the fear of flying. Felinophobia is the fear of cats. Myxophobia is the fear of slime. Some are well-recognized; others are unheard of. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about phobias, how to know if you have one, what you can do to overcome it, and much more.
Does sight of a honeycomb or the air bubbles in a chocolate bar make you feel sick? Learn what trypophobia is, and what to do if you have it.
Prevention of anxiety essentially involves an awareness of life's stresses and your own ability to cope with them. Here are coping strategies to minimize stress.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) has several causes. WebMD explains the research.
The Link Between Depression and Other Mental Illnesses
WebMD explains depression's link to anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse, and other mental illnesses.
The Fear Factor: Phobias
From aviophobia, the fear of flying, to zelophobia, the fear of jealousy, the list of phobias that harrow the human mind runs long.
The Truth About Phobias
Phobias may be irrational but they are real medical conditions that can be treated.
Conquering Fear of Public Speaking
The ABCs of giving presentations without palpitations.
Panic Attack Isn't Cowardice
How do you know if you're having a panic attack or just a normal reaction to stress?