An Infographic on Aquaphobia/The Fear Of Water

Phobia is a persistent, unrealistic fear of species and inanimate objects. Though both include water, patients having hydrophobia are affected by the later stage of a rabies infection. Intense fear causes dry mouth, numbness, and pain or tightness of the throat and chest. Mostly it has been found that the phobia roots in the unconscious mind and experiences in childhood like: Experiencing something negative related to water, such as accidents or injuries while swimming. A child might have witnessed someone getting drowned. Therapists may usually present the images stepwise for clarity and quick grasping. However, aquaphobia can be treated through therapies and proper guidance, allowing a person to take control of the phobia.

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