The phobia center of the brain
There is no one place responsible for phobias in the brain. Many parts of the brain take part.
However, fear is important to the brain's emotional processing and learning center: known as the amygdala and the hippocampus, with a central role in the process of forming memories.
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Arachnophobia, otherwise known as spider phobia, is the intenst fear of spiders and other arachnids.
Keep in mind that while the fear of spiders is common, not every person who feels afraid or on edge around them has arachnophobia.
Social phobia is an extreme fear of social situations such as speaking in public and interacting with others. The fear can be so extreme it can affect one's relationships with friends, family, and work colleagues. People with social phobia are terrified of being embarrassed in social situations. Social phobia is also sometimes called social anxiety disorder.
People with height phobias think something bad will happen when they are up high. But you are safer than you think and your feared outcome about heights won't really happen.
Once you've answered the questions, start small with the thing you fear and see that the worst doesn't actually happen, or that it is not as bad as you feared.
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