Phobias can make people miserable; they may have irrational fear on things we find easily or regularly in our surrounding. Fear of darkness, enclosed spaces, height, snake and spider might not seem unusual, but there are people who have the most bizarre phobias known to the medical community:
Panphobia also called panophobia, pantophobia or omniphobia. It is widely known as “non-specific” fear, when sufferers find themselves in a state of heightened fear with no obvious patterns or reasons. There’s no easy remedy for Panphobia and many psychiatrists consider it as one of the symptoms of schizophrenia.