The Top 100 fears
The Fear of Spiders
The fear of snakes. Phobics avoid certain cities because they have more snakes.
The fear of heights. Five percent of the general population suffer from this phobia.
The fear of dogs. This includes everything from small Poodles to large Great Danes.
The fear of thunder/lightning
The fear of small spaces like elevators, small rooms and other enclosed spaces.
The fear of germs. It is also rightly termed as Germophobia or Bacterophobia
The fear of flying. 25 million people share a fear of flying
The fear of cancer. People with this develop extreme diets
The fear of holes is an unusual but pretty common phobia
The fear of public speaking. Not being able to do speeches.
The fear of being alone. Even while eating and/or sleeping.
The fear of failure. It is the single greatest barrier to success.
The fear of birds. Individuals suffering from this may only fear certain species
The fear of chickens. You may have this phobia if chickens make you panic.
The fear of crowds is closely related to Ochlophobia and Demophobia.
Trypanophobia – The fear of needles
Anthropophobia – The fear of people. Being afraid of people in all situations
The fear of water. Being afraid of water or being near water
The fear of abandonment and being abandoned by someone.
The fear of blood. Even the sight of blood can cause fainting.
The fear of commitment or sticking with someone to the end
The fear of falling. Some may even refuse to walk or stand up
The fear of God causes an irrational fear of God or religion
The fear of cats. This phobia is also known as Gatophobia
The fear of balloons. They should be fun, but not for phobics.
The fear of darkness. Being afraid of the dark or the night is common for kids.
The fear of men. Usually seen in younger females, but it can also affect adults.
Phobophobia – The fear of fear. The thought of being afraid of
The fear of love. Being scared of falling in love or emotions
The fear of vomiting and the fear of loss of your self control.
The fear of everything or fear that terrible things will happen
The fear of feet. Some people fear touching or looking at feet, even their own
The fear of sleep. Being terrified of what might happen right after you fall asleep.
The fear of women. May occur if you have unresolved mother issues.
The fear of fire. A natural/primal fear that can be debilitating
The fear of going to the doctors
The fear of sharks in the ocean or even in swimming pools.
The fear of depths can be anything associated with depth (lakes, tunnels, caves
The fear of belly buttons. Touching and looking at navels
The fear of pain. Being afraid something painful will happen.
The fear of technology is often induced by culture/religion
The fear of the future. A persistent fear of what is to come
The fear of clowns. Some people find clowns funny, coulrophobics certainly don’t.
The fear of work. Often due to social or performance anxiety
The fear of getting rid of stuff triggers extreme hoarding
The fear of worms. Often because of unhygienic conditions
The fear of rain. Many fear the rain due to stormy weather
The fear of light caused by something medical or traumatic
The fear of being buried alive by mistake and waking up in a coffin underground.