Monday, October 14, 2013

Symptoms of trypophobia

Trypophobia affects a person's thinking, but can lead to physical symptoms, too. Symptoms of generalized trypophobia disorder include:
Excessive, persistent worry and tension
Unrealistic view of the problem
Restlessness or feeling that you are "on the edge"
Irritability
Muscle tension
Headaches
Sweating
Difficulty in concentrating
Nausea
Frequent visits to the toilet
Fatigue
Sleep Problems

Trypophobia individuals often have other trypophobia disorders (panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias) or suffer from depression, and sometimes abused drugs or alcohol.

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